Can someone with superior visual spatial thinking ability but weak sequential/word ability be successful in university maths and beyond?
For example, for real analysis, would definitions with lots of symbols and complex sentences be difficult to understand?
Is it true that someone who are both strong sequentially and visually have best potential to be a good mathematician?
also, what branches of maths would be best suited to very spatially oriented person?
edit: please note that I'm talking about someone who has poor sequential ability. Not just someone who are strong in both but more visiospatially oriented.