RD after ED rejecting.

<p>I had applied JHU as ED without any SAT2 score and rejected.</p>

<p>I took SAT2 test twice after applying ED, got 3 SAT2 scores now and trying to re-apply to RD.</p>

<p>Math1: 720
Math2: 720
Chemistry: 710</p>

<p>What can I do to improve my chances of being admitted for re-applying?</p>

<p>Sending all application package as if a new applicant?
or, just sending SAT2 scores?</p>

<p>You cannot apply to JHU if you were rejected...unless you mean rejected as in deferred to regular admissions.</p>

<p>"You cannot apply to JHU if you were rejected".</p>

<p>If it is true, seems I had totally messed up. </p>

<p>I should not apply ED without SAT2 scores even JHU is my first choice.</p>

<p>It time to give up JHU.</p>

<p>Thank you for the info.</p>

<p>It is true, you can only apply once in a year. If you are deferred, you will be reevaluated during the RD round. But if you were flat-out rejected ED, well, too bad.</p>

<p>If you applied Early Decision and were not offered admission (denied) then you can not re-apply for Regular Decision. You must wait one year before you can apply again.</p>

<p>I gave up JHU anyway but there is some info(ED Appeal) for the rejected ED applicants.</p>

<p>The following info is in the JHU ED FAQ.
<a href="http://apply.jhu.edu/faqs/ed.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://apply.jhu.edu/faqs/ed.html&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>"Early Decision denied applicants will not be re-evaluated for admission during the Regular Decision evaluation process. You may submit an appeal in writing to the director of undergraduate admissions. You may include supplemental supporting documents (additional letters of recommendation, transcripts including the most recent marking periods, etc.) in your appeal."</p>

<p>nice, u should prolly do that since ur really interested in jhu</p>

<p>you do know sat 2s are not required for JHU...</p>