I've been wanting a position in airplane dispatching for quite a while now and am planning on applying for Sheffield's program next year to get the FAA dispatcher license. I'm convinced that this is what I want to do for a living but I'm extremely anxious because my mathematics skills are very poor. I've never taken any calculus, physics, or engineering classes because I'm in the middle of obtaining a liberal arts degree, so I'm pretty much screwed if I fly myself out to take the program but am unable to follow it because of my lacking math skills. I'm more than willing to study up on whatever I need to before applying for the program and am planning on pre-studying for the ADX written exam (I heard that this section just requires rigorous memorization). If there's anyone who could give me some insight on how much math is involved in obtaining the FAA dispatching license/ actual dispatching, it would be so helpful. Thanks in advance!