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JHU premed

CideringCidering Registered User Posts: 52 Junior Member
edited September 2008 in Johns Hopkins University
Which school within JHU should I apply to for premed?
Is it a good premed program?
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Replies to: JHU premed

  • YanksDolphinsYanksDolphins Registered User Posts: 1,068 Senior Member
    Pre-med is a career track, not a major. You can major in whatever you want to be premed, as long as you take certain courses. You can apply to KSAS or WSE, it doesn't matter. The program is very good, something like an 86% acceptance rate to med schools for those who undergo pre-med advising. The national average is below 50%.
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