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If you need to send materials to our program, please email them to Credentials are considered “official” if they are sent to us directly from the institution or letter writer.

The application to begin the program in 2022 will open on Monday, September 13th, 2021. Please check back for updates and announcements.

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

NOTE:  We are asking applicants to submit all “Additional Required Materials” electronically (via email, secure credential services, etc.)  PLEASE DO NOT MAIL MATERIALS. Email to:

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. To be considered “official” transcripts, test scores and credential evaluations must be emailed to us directly from the institution or through a secure credential service. We recommend requesting official copies early.

  • Transcripts from all high schools attended
  • Transcripts from all colleges and graduate schools attended
  • For post-secondary degree(s) earned in a country other than the United States, a course-by-course credential evaluation with GPA equivalencies, performed by an outside evaluation service.
  • 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 you did not take the SAT or ACT in high school, then the GRE is required. 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 be sent directly to the Johns Hopkins Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program using the following institution codes. Please do not use the general Johns Hopkins University code when ordering your reports.
    •    5874 (SAT)
    •    5477 (GRE)
    •    1729 (ACT)
  • Acknowledgment Form
  • Application fee of $60, payable by credit card only. Payment link will be available after submission of application.
    (NOTE: Fee waivers may be requested by current or recent service volunteers in organizations such as Peace Corps, Teach for America, etc. Please email your request with proof of service appointment to
  • Résumé
  • Two letters of evaluation with cover forms emailed to by your writers.  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 submission by them with their letters.

How to Submit

Applicants must submit all supplementary materials electronically via email to or a secure credential service (such as Parchment, Interfolio, etc.)

Signed letters on letterhead with required cover forms must be emailed to our program directly from the evaluation letter writers.

Post-Baccalaureate Premedical Program
Johns Hopkins University

If you have questions concerning your application, please contact us by emailing

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