@Pratik_Sinha Bro more than us it is more of your choice. Discuss it well with your parents and what is their take on this. Our opinion is shit. You decide what you really want to do. Read this small article.
It has been a regular trend that more than three-fourths of repeaters come out with better results than from their first attempt. Not only do they get a chance to fill the loopholes in their performance but also polish their poor concepts.
It may bother you that you will be wasting a whole year by taking a drop and in the end if you don’t get into IIT, it was all for nothing. First of all, if you take up an extra year and score a perfect rank, your life takes a completely different route and the effort will be worth it. Secondly, if you don’t get into IIT, chances are that you will get a better college than you were aiming for in the first attempt, along with the knowledge that comes with one year of preparation for IIT, which will definitely come in handy in the future.
@fog856 I feel the guy is pretty determined to remain focused towards JEE.
Also @fog856 how many times did you visit toppr in your 2 year JEE journey. Me not more than 5-6 that too the same page of rank Vs marks.