You’d definitely have a fighting chance. Like the other folks said, levels one and two don’t necessarily require advanced math skills. You do need basic algebra, which I’m sure you could handle. It’s a very broad curriculum… economics/stats is a fairly low weight overall and the concepts are mostly high level. The key to CFA is pacing yourself and demonstrating an ability to retain large amounts of information in a relatively short period of time. If you’re not working full time this shouldn’t be an issue. An even if you are, it’s very doable.
Level 3 is mostly theory and contains the least amount of math. A lot of younger people struggle with this level as it’s mostly related to the real world. Recent grads and those without much experience may find it challenging, but it my opinion it was by far the easiest of the three.
Give it a go but don’t take it lightly. Give yourself a good 5 to 6 months to study for level one and don’t cram. It’s definitely not a university course. But it’s not rocket science either. Come back to the level 1 forum if you decide to register. I found asking/answering questions on this forum was a great way to learn and to keep motivated.
Best of luck.