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What are the options if JEE Advanced score is low

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What are the options if JEE Advanced score is low

JEE Advanced is the exam considered as the latter stage of JEE Main. These two are the main engineering entrance exams in India through which admissions in the majority of engineering colleges are drawn. NTA conducts the JEE Main and its score is used in approximately all the engineering colleges to provide admissions, apart from the IITs. Whereas, one of the seven zonal IITs conducts JEE Advanced on a rotatory basis, mainly to select students and grant admission for the courses offered in all 23 IITs.

Now when we look at the JEE Advanced examination specifically, we find that over two lakh aspirants appear for the exam every year across the country. This immense competition makes it very tough for the students to crack it. Additionally, it is also true that only a couple of thousand students would be able to make it through. However, it’s not the end of the world as there are many other good colleges from where the rest of the students can pursue their careers. But these students should remain informed about these options to help them act at the time. So if you are also a JEE Advanced aspirant then you need to know that “What are the options if JEE Advanced score is low”

The first option that you can consider after receiving your below-expectation score, is a year drop to again prepare for the exam. However, according to the experts and renowned JEE Advanced mentors, a year drop should be considered only in certain scenarios. Otherwise, it would be treated as putting one important year of your career on stake. Firstly, you should look at whether you can bear the expense of an additional one-year preparation or not. Secondly, you should consider dropping one important year if you feel that you were unable to do well in the JEE Advanced due to boards exams or any other reasons like illness, etc. and lastly, if your rank in the previous exam was not up to the expectations or if you were only left by few marks to enter the cut-off of JEE Advanced exam.

Now looking if we look from a different perspective, then we find that a year drop will surely drag you one year behind in your possible career. Therefore, if you think that you don’t have the situations as mentioned above, then you should go for the good colleges which you can get with your low scores. Apart from the IITs, there are certain other colleges that you can take through JEE Advanced. These are:-

  • Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
  • NorthCap University (NCU), Gurgaon
  • Arni University, Himachal Pradesh
  • Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology
  • Alliance College of Engineering and Design
  • Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology
  • Shiv Nadar University, Uttar Pradesh
  • Indian Institutes of Science Education and Research located at different centers like Bhopal, Kolkata, Mohali, Pune, and Thiruvananthapuram.

There are also some colleges which include private engineering institutions some of which are renowned colleges having their own entrance examinations, like BITSAT, VITEEE, and others that you can consider appearing for. After you get to know your ranking, you would be able to locate the type of college and branch you will get after counseling. Hence, you should keep looking for other options and should not wait for counseling sessions to get over. As if you will wait for the counseling to end, then you would be forced to take a drop or else compromise with the branch of your choice.

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