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The online application for entry in 2020 opened on September 3, 2019. All online applications must be submitted by February 17, 2020, 5pm Eastern time.  It will not be possible to submit past this deadline as the application will be closed.  All supplementary application materials must be post-marked or emailed by March 2, 2020, 5pm Eastern time.

Online Application

All applicants must submit the online application. Applications will be processed once all materials are received.

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Additional Required Materials

The following items must also be submitted to complete your application. Unofficial transcripts, score reports, and (if applicable) foreign credential evaluations can be sent for an initial evaluation. Applicants who are invited to interview must provide official documents by that time. We recommend requesting official copies early.

  • Transcripts from all high schools attended
  • Transcripts from all colleges and graduate schools attended
  • A course-by-course credential evaluation with GPA equivalencies, performed by an outside evaluation service, for post-secondary degree(s) earned in a country other than the United States.
  • SAT or ACT score report, for a test taken prior to starting undergraduate studies, or GRE test score report. If GRE, the report must be of a test taken in the last five years. If the SAT or ACT scores appear on your high school transcript, we will accept them as the official score report. If the scores do not appear on your transcript, you should request an official score report of the SAT, ACT, or GRE to include with your packet or have one sent directly to the Johns Hopkins Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program using the following institution codes:
    •    5874 (SAT)
    •    5477 (GRE)
    •    1729 (ACT)

    Please do not use the general Johns Hopkins University code when ordering your reports.

  • Acknowledgment Form
  • Application fee of $60, through online payment available after submission of application, or by check or money order, made payable to “Johns Hopkins University” and with the applicant’s name in the memo line.
  • Résumé
  • Two sealed letters of evaluation with cover forms. One letter should come from a member of the faculty in your major area of study from the undergraduate or graduate degree program you attended. An exception will be made if there has been a significant hiatus since you graduated. In that case, you may submit two professional letters of evaluation. The other evaluation should come from another member of the faculty who taught you in college or graduate school, or someone who supervised your employment. Please note that you must complete, sign and provide our required cover forms to each of the evaluators for inclusion with their letters.

How to Submit

To expedite the application process and ensure that materials are not lost, applicants should submit the required materials to the address below in one envelope when possible. To be official copies, high school transcripts and score reports should be in their original, sealed envelopes or sent through a credential service. While it is preferable to send one packet, additional materials (score reports, transcripts, resume, acknowledgment form) may be mailed to the address below or emailed to postbac@jhu.edu.  Signed letters on letterhead with cover forms may be mailed to the address below or emailed to postbac@jhu.edu directly from the writer.

Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program
Johns Hopkins University
Wyman S715
3400 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD  21218

If you have questions concerning your application, please contact the Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program Office at postbac@jhu.edu or 410-516-7748.

As of February 1, 2019, we are unable to accept faxed documents. Please mail to our postal address or email to postbac@jhu.edu.


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