I keep hearing that I do have to good at math in order to be an urban planner. However my professor has told me that there are different types of urban planners, some that deal with social services and others that deal with infrastructures. There's more of an emphasis on math in infrastructures than in social services. I myself do love math however I'm not the best student. Although I know I shouldn't let that stop me from trying.
I've always been fascinated with cities. When I was little I used to take notes on a particular city whenever my dad would take me there (and still do). I also like to take photos of cities. I do reports on cities I have visited during my spare time sometimes.
Also when I'm into cities I'm also into their subcultures. Which is partly why I feel maybe I should be an anthropologist. Unless of course knowing about city subcultures helps you as an urban planner.
Urban planning always interested me. But I don't know if this should be my career because of the math and because I'm into subcultures. Any advice would be appreciated thank you.