With a strong academic background and a passion for fostering educational excellence, I offer expertise in Mathematics, Finance, Statistics ,Business Studies, and Linguistics. I have dedicated 13 years to honing my skills and knowledge in these fields, equipping me to provide students with a comprehensive and insightful understanding of these subjects. In Mathematics, I possess a deep understanding of various mathematical concepts and a knack for simplifying complex problems. My proficiency in Business Studies is backed by real-world experience and a keen insight into the intricacies of business management and economics. Additionally, my linguistic expertise spans multiple languages, and I excel in teaching the nuances of language, literature, and communication. I am dedicated to helping students reach their full potential, providing tailored guidance, and fostering a love for learning in these diverse subjects.
International Islamic University, Islamabad, Pakistan
2007 - 2009
Beaconhouse School System, Lahore, Pakistan
October 2022 - May 2023
Allama Iqbal Open Univeristy, Islamabad, Pakistan
November 2009 - February 2015
Nice teaching skills
Ma’am Nadia’s expertise is commendable. Her clear explanations and real-world examples enhance understanding.She’s approachable and patient and creates an engaging learning environment. Students benefit from her comprehensive grasp of financial concepts, making the subject enjoyable and accessible.
I’ve been her student since past 5 years and this journey has been amazingly knowledgeable for me.
She’s taught me for more than 5 years now, and maths wasn’t my only subject but I was taught fighting little wars of life. From being my maths tutor, she’s been my personal mentor which was due to her own integrity. A teacher is never someone who teaches you some subject but also life which she did. I remember how I used to score 70% and she took me to 98% aggregate. All thanks to her kind incredibly helping and determined nature. I believe such people are true teachers dedicated to their jobs by not only explaining what’s in the books but also making students practice outside the books.