In your JEE preparation journey, there will be times when you will feel low and sad. You get stuck on a topic and may not be able to concentrate for the whole day. Your schedule is compromised and you hit a minor roadblock.
Many people recommend watching motivational videos when you feel low. You can watch all the motivational videos on the internet/ YouTube, but as always, they will only give you motivation in that moment. In the long run, you’ll need to learn to stay motivated.
Whenever possible, avoid watching random motivational videos.
What to do when you feel low and need motivation in JEE preparation?
It’s a common problem for many IIT JEE aspirants. Things that can really help you to feel energetic and back on track are :
Why are you doing this?
Write the answer of the above question and continue to remind yourself about it, throughout your preparation.
Read the interviews and success stories of IITians
They are the same students who were in your place one year back or two years back. See how they handled the pressure. Where did they spend their time to relax from studies? How did they overcome exhaustion in JEE preparation?
Talk to your parents and teachers
You want to make your parents happy and proud. For a teacher, there is nothing bigger than the success of students. So whenever you feel low on confidence and need some motivation, speak to your parents or teacher.
Listen to someone who can relate to your situation
If you like watching videos, then watch a video where an expert, a teacher or an IITian is talking about strategy and tips to attempt questions, study methods, etc. It may include things like how to manage time and schedule in your JEE preparation. After watching this type of video, you will not only feel good but you will also learn some key points that can help you in clearing JEE exam.
Spend some time everyday thinking about the bright future ahead, one you ace the advanced, think of all the adulation you will be showered with, think of the day you will finally become an “IITian”.
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