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Top 10 Must-Read Tips to Deal with Poor JEE Results

JEE Main and JEE AdvancedJEE Main and JEE Advanced are arguably India’s toughest entrance exams. Because both these examinations are extremely difficult, only a small percentage of candidates successfully cracks them, while most of the applicants have to face with poor results.

According to official records, a mind-boggling 14 lakh students give a shot to JEE Main every year to compete for the 10,000-odd seats that the IITs have to offer. In such a scenario, it is quite easy to get stressed out or slip into depression when, as a student, you have to face with bad results. Therefore, we are sharing some helpful tips to help you cope with bad results in JEE Main. We hope that these tips are helpful, enabling you to see the brighter side of things.

Tip 1: Forget about the Past

Forget about the PastWe know that this is easier said than done; however, this is the best option for you. What has been done cannot be undone. You should realize that the past cannot be changed, and through wise decisions, you can ensure a great future. Therefore, collect yourself and plan ahead. Relegate the past to where it belongs: the past.

Tip 2: Hope for a Better Future

Hope for a Better FutureIt is often said that if you do not obtain something, God has planned something special for you. Believe us; it’s true. Failing in JEE Main is not the end of the world. May be, you can live a more productive life in comparison with life in an IIT college. You should remember that graduates from mediocre institutions have made it big in life. Therefore, the college name is of secondary importance. Your faith in yourself and your abilities is of primary importance.

Tip 3: Do Not Stop Trying

Do Not Stop TryingKeep trying until you achieve your goals because the old adage “try and try until you succeed” is indeed true. It is a known fact that JEE is a tough entrance examination and that most students fail to crack it at first attempt. Therefore, try again if you fail. However, don’t try for the sake of trying. You have to build confidence in yourself. Therefore, give it a careful thought if you plan on giving a second shot to JEE Main. After all, you have nothing to lose but everything to gain.

Tip 4: Never Lose Hope

Never Lose HopeHope is life’s driving force; therefore, make sure you never lose it. Have a positive frame of mind, and always hope for a better future. If engineering is your zeal and passion, you will definitely get a seat in some other engineering institutes other than the IITs. There are, after all, thousands of engineering colleges to choose from in India. You need to be hopeful because your focus should be on becoming a great engineer rather than gaining admission into an IIT.

Tip 5: Relax and Calm Down

Relax and Calm DownThis is vital if you have to overcome failure. Mastery in every subject is not very easy; therefore, some students prepare for three to four years before appearing for JEE Main. Thorough preparation and understanding of the subject are vital for success. While attempting JEE Main, stay focused, calm and do not let pressure to get the better of you.

Tip 6: Always Remember “Practice makes Perfect”

Practice makes PerfectKeep practicing concepts and techniques in all subjects: Physics, Chemistry, and Mathematics. If you fail, identify your weaknesses and begin anew. You can learn about your shortcomings and weaknesses only if you fail. Therefore, always keep practicing, which will take you to greater levels of success.

Tip 7: Look beyond the IITs and NITs

If you fail to crack JEE Main, think beyond IITs. You have a vast range of opportunities that you can tap into if you truly want to become an excellent engineer. You should keep all options open. You must realize that getting admission into an IIT and becoming a world-class engineer are two separate things.

Tip 8: Drop One Year

Drop One YearIf you feel that IITs are your calling, never give up on the idea. If you are confident of cracking JEE Main, you need to recharge your energy levels and come up with adequate preparation techniques from scratch and with renewed vigor. Hence, you could drop a year in your academic career to focus solely on JEE Main and JEE Advanced. Because you have already appeared for JEE Main the year before, you will have renewed confidence in having another go at it.

Tip 9: Take up a Hobby

Take up a HobbyTake a break, and live life on your own terms for sometime by indulging in a hobby. Do what you love doing and enhance your personality. Do not let failure overwhelm you. Some of the popular ways to de-stress and unwind are brisk walking, yoga, meditation, and mindful breathing. You can also give a shot to dancing, painting, music, or just reading your favorite novel again. Do not pay any heed to criticism for not succeeding at JEE Main. Surround yourself with positive people, and never lose sight of the silver lining that a dark cloud brings along with it.

Tip 10: Spend Quality Time with Friends and Family

Spend Quality Time with Friends and FamilyFriends and family are your support system. Hence, it is a good idea to spend time with them discussing your problems and finding effective solutions. Plan a trip with friends to a popular hill station, or just go out for a movie. In addition, parents are the best comfort you can have because they are always with you in success and in failure. They will always shower unconditional love on you and be proud of you irrespective of the outcomes of JEE Main.

Life is what you make out of it. Do not let failure in JEE Main dictate terms to you. Take failure in a positive stride and learn from it. Always remember that failure is the stepping stone to success.

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