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How selective is the BME program?

VAzimiVAzimi Registered User Posts: 41 Junior Member
edited September 2008 in Johns Hopkins University
I'm currently in the process of applying ED for the BME program at JHU. According to various websites, the acceptance rate for ED at JHU is around 45-50%. But acceptance rates into the BME program must be much lower, considering it's ranked #1 in the country and all. Can anybody offer some info as to how selective the BME program is for students applying ED?

Also, I have a general question about the Common Application which I couldn't find anywhere on the forums. The JHU supplement asks for two essays, and the Common Application asks for two essays as well, correct? So I have to write two essays which will get attached to my common application and will be sent to every school I apply to which accepts the Common App?

Thanks in advance for any info.
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