So you didn't crack JEE Main: What now?

By Editorial

If you didn't Crack JEE Main, then you should remember these things in your mind before breaking down. The JEE Main 2020 results were just announced, and the top rank achievers of JEE Main will be eligible to sit for JEE Advanced 2020, whereas in JEE Main 2020 top 2,40,000 candidates were shortlisted for the same lakh cleared the JEE Exam while 9.2lakh candidate had sat for it all over the country. This means that more than 6.5 lakh candidates did not clear JEE Main 2020.

If you are one of the 6.5 lakh candidates who failed to qualify JEE Main this year, then there is absolutely nothing to be dejected about. Students who could not qualify for the JEE Mains (January) do not need to worry about it at all. Because the JEE Main held twice a year, and the best of the two exams are taken. Not only JEE Mains but also there are a lot of good options available out there. Read further to know about what other options available for you. 


Read more : JEE Main 2020 Result(OUT), Cut-Off, Counseling, Selection Procedure


Think About How This Means To You

Ask yourself if engineering is your passion, and if you gave your best into this. If you did give your best and it still didn't work out, then consider other college options. You should stick to your passion for studying engineering rather than worrying about losing out on the top college.

In the other case, if engineering is not your passion and instead of your parent's wish, then you should be happy that you have your best. If you failed, in the end, it does not matter what matters is that you gave your everything. And look at the positive that you don't have to make your career in this field if you are not interested in it.

Always Remember that, Your JEE Main Scores Are Not Only For The IITs

Your JEE Main score can help you easily take admission into top private colleges of 8-10 states. Students can take the help of the JEE Main College Predictor tool, which is available on online education portals. This tool will help them figure out the options available based on their score and ranks and which college will be best for them. They also get to know other information related to the college, and JEE Main alone has a large number of colleges and universities its participants apart from the IITs. These could be good options for you.

Try Other Engineering Entrance Exams 

Not only JEE Mains, but also there are a lot of good options available out there through which you can get admission to a good engineering college. State Level Engineering Entrance Tests such as WBJEE on 2nd February, AP EAMCET on 24th April, UPSEE on 10th May, and OJEE in May, several popular private engineering institute exams, VITEEE on 13-19th April, MET on 16-29th April, SRMJEEE in April, BITS Pilani in May. You can apply for most of these so you can apply now. If you qualify these exams with good marks, then you will get admission into top engineering seats in State-Based Universities and good private engineering institutions.

You Can Consider Other Options Instead of Engineering

As science students, there are a lot of options available for you apart from engineering. You can study Economics, Statistics, or Mathematics, which have a quite similar course material with engineering.Apart from these science subjects, there are other careers you could choose, such as actuarial sciences, management, marketing research, operational research, or banking. In this technology-obsessed world where big data is a treasure trove, data analysts and data statisticians are in high demand in companies all over the world.
Moreover, you have always had the prestigious civil services exam option. The civil services exams in India are very tough, so you will need a thorough knowledge of current affairs and the history and geography of the nation to crack these.

Reattempt Next Year

If you have determined that you are going to pursue your career in engineering and engineering is the only choice for you, then you can consider dropping a year. If you haven't cleared JEE Main in your first attempt, then you can drop a year and take your time to reattempt. But if you are dropping a year, then you should be 100% sure that you can keep your focus all year round.

Thing You Should Always Remember

Lastly, if getting into one IIT mean everything for you, if your entire childhood has been building up to this moment, then not being able to crack the JEE Main can feel very disappointing.
You feel like this because of the way your mind was modulated from a young age into thinking that this is the only option you have, but this is not like that at all. There are many options you have for high-class engineering education. But if you really want to study in an IIT, then you can drop a year as we told you. Take your time to figure out things and give your 100% in it.
Sometimes, the pressure that the parents create on students cracks their mind when they fail to crack the exam. In many cases, they take the path of ending their own lives, and it is not a surprise because sometimes the pressurized brain doesn't work properly.
So, do not feel low or dejected as this is not the end of the world. You have many options and various opportunities. Look at the positive side and look at the other paths. You can still make it big without the IIT tag. Always remember there are people who are doing brilliant things, and they are not even a part of IIT. Put your heart and soul into what you are doing.

 Read also : 5 things to do if you couldn't clear your JEE Mains



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