@Mimishu1995 *“I know you say that there is no correlation between logical thinking and math skills”*

I did not.

*“but if math requires logic to learn, why aren’t mathematicians guaranteed to be logical?”*

I don’t know what sort of ‘logic’ mathematics students learn before they actually go on to do logic and set theory, which show up in years 3 and 4 on Oxford University’s mathematics course—at which point they’re already advanced students.

You also learn ‘logic’ in computer science and philosophy, and probably a few other disciplines. Probably a lot sooner in the course too, but maybe to not the same complexity.

I found this interesting study: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0236153 and was amused to find that only 37% of academic mathematicians correctly solved the Four Card Problem, and only one of the “logical thinking” tasks was solved with a 100% success rate. There’s your lack of guarantee to be logical confirmed.