“Winners never quit, and quitters never win-Let’s achieve it.”

Preparing for an entrance exam is a very crucial process as it determines one’s career path and establishes the foundation for one’s future. This path is quite troublesome and hence not very easy for most. Bagging the top ranks requires a very intensive amount of practice and dedication. It is when these efforts do not reap the desired results that one is left in a state of dilemma.

Why it better to drop a year to prepare for JEE Main rather than taking admission in any low colleges?

JEE being a worthy exam

Wondering why you should waste a year of your life and take a drop for JEE when you can most likely get admission in another engineering college is a debate closed decades ago. The IITs are recognized as one of the top institutions all around the globe. It is without a doubt that the level of exposure an IITian receives is no match for any other institution in the country.

Be it in terms of top class academicians, sports facilities or research experience, domestic and international. The experiences for a student in an IIT campus are priceless and stays with you for life.

Giving it your best

You must hold the capability of analyzing your performance. After giving your first attempt at the entrance exams, if you are not satisfied with your results, then you should introspect your preparation and ask yourselves a few questions. Did you give your best? If time permits, can you outshine your previous performance? If you realize that you did not give it your best, then another try is completely worth it.

If you are not taking any risk, you are taking a bigger risk. Instead of regretting your future years for not reattempting the exam, you should take a drop for JEE and appear for the exam, armoured with your best preparation. A drop for the JEE preparation is your chance of taking that risk and stepping ahead towards a better future. Even if you don’t get in, you’ll know you tried your best!

History speaks for itself

It has been a regular trend that more than three-fourths of repeaters come out with better results than from their first attempt. Not only do they get a chance to fill the loopholes in their performance but also polish their poor concepts.

If you are wondering that only freshers make it to IITs, you don’t have the right idea. In 2013, more than 30% of the students who were selected into the IIT-JEE gave the exam for the second time and this figure was 60% in 2012. On an average, every year 30-45% of people selected in the JEE are appearing for the second time. These numbers clearly show that your chances of getting into IIT are as good, if not better, in a second attempt as they are in a first attempt.

A year away from academic commitments

You may have given up on the IIT dream due to your unsatisfactory performance in the first attempt. But you must also realize that although you had 2 years to prepare for IIT in the first attempt, you were never totally focused because there were academic commitments to attend too. You had your time divided into sectors, your mind set on getting a good percentage in your 12th standard board examinations.

 Moreover, you spent your time in the 11th and 12th grade wrapping your head around the basics and the competitive exams are always one step ahead. Now, if you drop a year you have one whole year dedicated only to the preparation for the JEE. It’s the perfect way to truly concentrate on your goals and aim for success.

why to choose Rajeev classes for your preparation?

Course Highlights

Intensive classroom training

Kota experienced Faculties

Study Material based on kota leaning pattern


Periodic motivational classes

Exhaustive syllabus coverage

Daily Doubt remedial session right after the class

Previous years questions paper discussion

15,000+ questions for practice at home

Progress tracking tools

Topic Tests

Computer Based Tests

full tests

Chapter-wise Tests

Part Syllabus/Phase Tests

JEE-advanced test


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