What to do if JEE Main February Result hasn’t been satisfactory?

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If you are worried over that, you haven’t cleared JEE Main then don't have any fear. There are always a ton of options available, and you should look for the positive side. Here is how you need to look forward if you got a low score in JEE mains or couldn’t qualify the JEE Main Febraury exam.  

Congratulations to all the students who have scored well in JEE mains. If they haven’t done exceptionally well in that exam, then they should use the opportunity of the March JEE mains exam to see if they can improve their score or ranks further. There are so many college options available for students with satisfactory scores. 


Know more about JEE Main 2021: Syllabus, Exam pattern, Cut off etc.


How The Qualified Students Can Choose The Right College?

Students who have qualified February JEE mains exam should shortlist colleges based on their ranks and marks. So that they will be able to figure out the right and best options available for them.

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.

Those students who have done exceptionally well in the February JEE Mains exam can focus on JEE advanced exam in May. They can also consider the top private institute like Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, VIT Vellore,  Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University and SRM Chennai, etc. Before applying to any institute, students should do a hygiene check, such as course-based college reviews, Q&A, course fees, faculty and infrastructure, Placement assistance, etc. 

Students who haven’t cleared JEE mains or got a low score

There is nothing to worry about if you haven’t cleared the January JEE mains exam. There are many ways to fulfill your dream. Read further to know about what you should do next.

Appear for other engineering entrance exams

Students who scored low and could not qualify for the JEE Mains (February) 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. State Level Engineering Entrance Tests such as AP EAMCET, UPSEE, GEEEAmity JEE and AEEE Several popular private engineering University exams, VITEEE,  MET, SRMJEEE, BITSAT, and many more.

Applications for most of these exams are going on so you can apply there. If you qualify them with good marks, then you will get admission into top engineering seats in State-Based Universities and good private engineering institutions.

Explore other options that ensure a good alternative career choice

Students who have scored average or very poor in JEE Mains should remember that if not IITs/NITs, They must select the best option available for them. They must check parameters like placements, ROI, infrastructure, faculty, curriculum, alumni base, accreditation, etc. so while considering IITs and NITs, you should also consider others.

Consider lateral entry into BTech programs

These days you can apply to B.Tech programs that can be done after completion of the BSc course in the core science division. For example, if you have a BCA degree, then you are eligible to apply for BTech CSE or BTech IT.

There are Non-engineering options available too.

There are a lot of non-engineering options available in which you can make your future bright. There are courses like BCA, MCA, BSc, or courses in any other field in which you can get high-earning jobs. So take your time and figure out other best options that are available for you. 

Also, check for JEE Main- Why Mock Tests and Previous Year Papers are Important?

Number of attempts increased:

If you have determined that you are going to pursue your career in engineering and engineering is the only choice for you, then this year has brought a change. For those students who want to study engineering in 2021, the number of appearing in JEE Main entrance examination has increased. Students will give four attempts. If you haven’t cleared JEE Mains in your first attempt, then you have the chance to re-appear for the exam. The best two attempts of students will be considered. 

No matter what is the score or percentile be, a student must remember that there are many choices available when you think of a career-based education than you can think of.

Think about what field you should choose if not engineering? And there are other fields of science available in which you can build your career. Remember that you can always start afresh if you haven’t achieved satisfactory results. 


You can also check what are the Best Books recommended by JEE-MAIN Toppers.



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