After attempting entrance examinations, be it engineering or medical, students who are unsatisfied with their ranks, are left with the dilemma of whether to take a drop or not. At confusing times like these, trusting only your intuition may not be the right way to go.
Aspirants may think about dropping out for some reasons like
- Students feel that their performance was not their best.
- They could have possibly done better.
Taking a drop or not is completely your decision It depends on how much passionate you of becoming a doctor/engineer. Remember if you have a passion for something in life then don't give up on it so easily. According to the top faculties and past year’s results taking a drop is a beneficiary decision of a student’s life. But off course you must be passionate about your goal. Here are some advantages of taking a drop-
An Achievable Future
An adequate rank in the student’s last exam gives him a short term target that a slight improvement in his exam performance can impressively change his rank in the positive direction. Once a student have seen what amount of effort bears him what rank, he work towards improving it and achieve his desired rank.
Revisit Your Preparation
Governed by the basic idea of improvement, aspirants get an opportunity to revisit their preparation who takes a drop. Also get the chance to fix the loopholes in their preparation. This especially comes in handy for those JEE & NEET students whom two years were not sufficient enough, which is usually the case owing to the excessive syllabus. You get to learn from your performance in the examination you already appeared for and off course get a second shot at preparation too.
Instead of compromising for a college of lower potential, students who are confident enough in their capabilities, get a chance to get into the top institutes. If you are sure and confident enough, one extra year of efforts won’t matter if it means getting into the top institute.
Take a drop only if you are sure and motivated enough, and especially if you are sure that the current performance was not your best. If you feel that you could not have done any better then it’s a sure no to taking a drop. If you are confident enough, take a drop keeping in mind that a year of strenuous preparation awaits you. However, there’s no reason to worry, it’s not that tough.
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