I’m in high school right now and am trying to decide if I should go to college or not. I’m also preparing for JEE so I’m not sure if college is even worth it.
Some students find college to be essential for getting into JEE, while others do not. Ultimately, it depends on your own situation and what you feel you need to do in order to prepare for the exam.
If you feel that you would benefit from attending college, then by all means do so. There are many great colleges out there that can help you prepare for JEE. However, if you feel that you can prepare for the exam just as well without attending college, then that is also an option.
There are a few things you can do to prepare for JEE regardless of whether or not you attend college. First, make sure you are familiar with the exam format and content. There are many resources available online and in libraries that can help you with this. Second, practice as much as possible. There are many practice exams available, both online and in print. Finally, make sure you are staying organized and on track with your studies. This means creating a study schedule and sticking to it.
If you decide not to attend college, there are still many ways you can prepare for JEE. You can self-study, take practice exams, and stay organized and on track with your studies. You can also look into taking some college-level courses online or at a local community college. This can help you get a feel for college-level coursework and also help you prepare for JEE.