Believe it or not, I just had a convo with an ex jee fag, cuz this exam was fucking me up and I wanted some advice on what step to take now. He himself was a student in VIT btw. He is a big extrovert and a rather chill guy, and not the one you'd expect to bag a decent college. Told me about how he went through a worse period at my age, but never got too serious about JEE and stuff. Studied whenever it pleased him, and found ways to relax and cope up with the tensions Only got super serious in last 2-3 months. Wasn't a great student at any point of time
And that is where I think students like me fail. Developing a secondary skill or simply having a hobby. I belonged to the toppers group from nursery, and was under the impression that my strong point was """"studies"""", hence never gave much attention to extra curricular stuff. I was wrong, studies are never going to end, I needed to find a way to enjoy life parallel to my studies, which I didn't. I made a vow to not engage in activities that are not related to studies in 11th and 12th (the one I miserably failed at anyway, 12th is gonna start soon). and now I've decided to ignore that vow. Will try to build some secondary skill, ignore the 11th backlog and move on to the 12th syllabus, and find time to relax and enjoy life because I'm only going to have less and less time at hand as I grow up. This is the point where I should learn to manage my cluttered life.
So don't take too much load my bros. Make a proper routine, and make sure to not indulge too much into jee prep, assuming you're not actually that enthusiastic about pcm. You will get a fine college, and even if you don't, it won't matter 10 years later, if you are actually interested in the subject. Goodbye