I am a student at Manchester Business School in the course MSc Quantitative Finance. As part of my postgrad programme, I am a student at the business school as well as the school of Mathematics.
I ended my undergrad programme in Mathematics and Economics with a CGPA of 3.87/4.00 and never got less than an A grade on any Mathematics course.
I have a passion for teaching Mathematics and related subjects. Having studied it intensively in my undergrad I can easily develop a number of ways to solve a simple mathematical problem depending on the level of my students’ knowledge. I have vast experience in teaching and have always been liked by my students for being patient and clear as well as making things easier for them to understand.
I have done teaching on numerous occasions.
In my third year of university, I was appointed as the Teaching Assistant in the Mathematics Department and took tutorials and remedial lessons. I also had to prepare and check quizzes and assignments.
During my O-Levels, I gave private tuitions for English and Mathematics in my own house. Later on, during my A-levels, I was admitted to the ‘The Lyceum School Honours Society’ due to my consistent academic performance. As part of this, I gave remedial lessons to fellow batch-mates who required attention in Mathematics and Physics. Even before this, I would always volunteer to help out my classmates with their studies, as they thought that I have a natural way of making things easier while explaining.
After beginning my undergraduate program, a double major in Mathematics and Economics, I had more opportunities to teach. I did my social internship at AAP Trust where I worked as a Teacher and Curriculum Developer. I was tasked with giving classes to school-going primary and secondary students to prepare them for university entrance assessments. As part of this, I taught them English and Mathematics, on a format similar to SATs.
I have consistently excelled in my academics, which has mostly been in quantitative subjects.
MSc Quantitative Finance student, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester (Result-Pending)
BS Economics and Mathematics, Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi; CGPA-3.87/4.00; Honorary Dean’s List
Top scorer in BS Economics and Mathematics admission test July 2013, IBA Karachi
GCE A-Levels-4A*,1a; GCE O-Levels-7A*,3A
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