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Hands-on: Experts say that a more hands-on and inquiry based approach towards STEM education will increase overall interest towards the subjects. - File photo

THE Asian culture is often equated with being an exam-oriented one that places pressure on achieving good grades.

This high achievement culture, according to a study, does not bode well for students, especially in building their interest in certain subjects, such as Mathematics.

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