I too am not a math whiz. But I've held jobs as a software developer, analyst, manager, sales rep and project manager in the IT field. I think the math skill is overstressed and maybe it's more relevant to ask if you are a logical , linear thinker? Are you a musician? Are you good with languages, like do you learn foreign languages easily? These skill may point you towards whether software development is a good fit for you?
Are you organized? Do you keep to do lists? Are you the person others go to when they need someone to plan and organize an event? If so, you may be a good project manager.
Do you like to break things? Do you like to analyze what made something fail or break? If so, you may be a good quality assurance analyst.
Are you an analytical person? do you like to create things out of an idea? can you write and communicate well? If so, you may be a good business analyst.
There are a few ideas for you that may expand your options a bit as you consider your next steps. Best Wishes!
Dave recommends the following next steps:
- Check out these sites for project management: pmi.org, scrumalliance.org
- Check out these sites for information on business analysis: IIBA.org
- Find people on LinkedIn who you can follow or connect with , who are thought leaders in Information Technology.