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While taking a year or two drop, the first question that comes to mind is if one is talking about JEE or NEET. We all know that for NEET there is no limit on number of attempts, one can attempt as many times as much one wants. There is only one criteria, and that is the age limit. For appearing in NEET one needs to meet age limit criteria. And if you look around then you will find most of the NEET aspirants who have taken 2nd drop or third drop. And some of them have taken more than 3 drops. So, taking a second drop in NEET is very common and it is considered good.

But if we talk about JEE then there is age limit criteria as well as maximum number of attempts criteria. Like for SC and ST category candidates 5 years of relaxation is given in age limit criteria. And if one talks about the number of attempts criteria then you must be aware of the fact that there are only 2 attempts for JEE advanced whereas there are 3 attempts for JEE main. So, if we talk about 2nd drop that means we are talking about JEE main. So many of the aspirants wonder if it is good to take the 2nd drop for JEE or not. Generally, taking the second drop for JEE is not considered good because JEE main is not too tough that one needs to take 2nd drop. But if one takes 2nd drop for JEE main that doesn’t mean that one cannot sit for companies’ placement. Taking 2nd drop for JEE main seems like a waste of time because JEE main exam is not much tough as compared to JEE advanced.

Taking 2nd drop for JEE totally depends on the student. One doesn’t need to think about whether it is good or not. If you are just desperate to take admission in a reputed NIT with a decent branch then you should go for 2nd drop. Nothing is more important than your dream. If an aspirant is happy to get admission in any college, then he/she doesn’t need to take 2nd drop for JEE. But if this is your dream to get into NIT, then taking 2nd drop is good. But remember person to person, the bad and good changes. Thus, one should check one’s own ability and priorities before making any decision.

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Rituja Rani
Rituja Rani hails from Bihar and is in her 3rd year of B.Tech course at NIT Jalandhar.
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