The second phase of JEE(Main) exam conducted by the National Testing Agency (NTA) has concluded and the results will be released soon based on the better score of the candidates between the two attempts. If you are getting a decent score and targeting JEE(Advanced), take a gap of maximum one day and get back to preparation.
Check this article for a detailed approach to JEE(Advanced) after JEE(Main) is over.If the exam did not go well for any reason, be it poor exam temperament or health issues or just ill luck, then do not be disappointed as there are still lot to fight for. Not performing satisfactorily in one exam, does not mean all the other chances are exhausted. If you want to prove your mettle and make a positive contribution to the society, then you should not feel disheartened at all. The reason being if someone cracks a good score in JEE Main/Advanced and enters a decent college, it does not mean that the journey stops there. In fact, one has to work and compete in the college as rigorously if not more than preparing for the entrance exams. Thus you will have enough opportunities to show up for yourself.
So the next thing you need to do is to prepare for the examinations you have already enrolled for. Several exams such as BITSAT, VITEEE, state engineering entrances are next to follow. Since you have already done a level of preparation for JEE( Main), acing these exams would not be much difficult. Keep a track of the questions asked in the previous years and solve them thoroughly. Write the exams with a fresh take and do not let the results of JEE(Main) spill over on these examinations. Check out this video for more tips if you think you are not sure how to go ahead.
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