- STEM courses typically have higher demands
- In terms of employment compared to those non-STEM graduates.
- While non-STEM students are expected to have an ‘easier’ flow of learning.
- There are no such courses as more or less significant than one another.
- There are even students who were forced by their parents to pursue in a stream they didn’t want.
- Both STEM and non-STEM programmes have the same level of difficulty.
- Non-academic factors also play their role as challenges to measure the capabilities of students.
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