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What does JHU look for in prospective neurosci majors?

xphagexphage Registered User Posts: 79 Junior Member
edited February 2008 in Johns Hopkins University
I've heard that it's harder for a student who marks biomedical engineering, neuroscience, pre-med or the like to get into JHU than someone who plans to major in, say, humanities. Is that true? Do we prospective science/medical majors need to have regional/state science awards or research experience to be admitted?
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