You don’t have to be amazing at maths to do physics, but a lot of physics involves describing the universe mathematically, so I think you’d have to have some ability in maths. I don’t see why having dyslexia should stop you at all, if you get the right tools to help you learn.

Some of my friends at Oxford who were studying maths had dyslexia.

I am not very good at maths at all, in fact I missed my Graduation Ceremony at University as I was re-sitting a maths paper. I now build satellites for a living, so I can answer your question by saying that yes, it is indeed possible!

I have had to work harder than others to keep up with Maths at school and University, I can say with great confidence, it has been well worth it.

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Willcommented on :I am not very good at maths at all, in fact I missed my Graduation Ceremony at University as I was re-sitting a maths paper. I now build satellites for a living, so I can answer your question by saying that yes, it is indeed possible!

I have had to work harder than others to keep up with Maths at school and University, I can say with great confidence, it has been well worth it.

Here is a list of famous people that have been diagnosed with dyslexia, you are not alone: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_people_diagnosed_with_dyslexia