I got my dream's point from this site: archi-tecture
A lot of you have been asking this question. My answer will always be the same- architecture requires some degree of maths and sciences, yes. The highest math one will probably take is Calculus I or Calculus II. The highest science level one will probably take is Physics. However, these maths and sciences are built into the architectural curriculum at whatever college you go to. Sure, it would be nice if you could take these classes before college and transfer the credits over. But it is very okay if you do not. It’s also okay if you need to take Algebra and Trigonometry in college before taking Pre-Calculus and Calculus.
The math and science you learn will be applied to buildings. Architecture is a discipline of application. All things- math, science, history, culture, art, communications- are applied to the architectural field. Architects must be well-rounded because of all of these applications.
Creativity is a must in architecture. You must be creative, innovative, imaginative, etc. But that comes with time, as with all things. Some people are born creative. Some people are born with wonderful science skills. Work with what you were born with, and gather the rest into your skillset.
Do not worry if you feel you are weak in an area. You have time to grow.
What do you all think?