To apply to Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, please follow the four steps below.1. Make sure you meet the admissions requirements and technical standards. 2. Complete the American Medical College Application (AMCAS).
AMCAS Applications for fall, 2014 must be received by AMCAS no later than October 15. If you have questions about AMCAS, please contact the AAMC Section for Student Services at: 2501 M Street NW., LBBY 26, Washington, D.C. 10037-1300, 202-828-0600 (telephone). Please Note: We do not offer an Early Decision Program.3. Complete the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Secondary Application.You will be sent a link to The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's secondary application once we have received your verified application from AMCAS. The on-line secondary application will be available July 2, 2013.
The AMCAS ID number must be included on the secondary application. Applications for admission will not be processed until you have submitted your on-line secondary application.The Regular MD secondary application deadline is December 1. The MD-PhD secondary application deadline is November 1. Any omissions will delay the processing of your application.
Secondary application fee waivers are granted to applicants who have been approved for the AMCAS fee waiver. Please refer to the instructions in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine on-line secondary application. Fee waivers are not allowed without the required AMCAS approval form.4. Request and Submit Letters of Recommendation.
One of the following kinds of letters is required. The Committee on Admissions will make the final determination as to whether an applicant's recommendations have come from the appropriate source. Letters of recommendation for the Regular MD Program and the MD-PhD Program should be sent to the AMCAS Letter Service.
- Committee Letter: Authored by a pre-health committee or advisor and intended to represent your institution's evaluation of you. A committee letter may or may not include additional letters written in support of your application. (Required if your college/university has an officially designated committee or advisor.)
- Letter Packet: A packet or set of letters assembled and distributed by your institution, often by the institution's career center.
- Two (2) letters from faculty members in science departments who have taught you and one (1) letter from a non-science faculty member who has taught you. (Required if the college/university you have attended does not have a Committee or Advisor.)
If you have a graduate degree or significant full-time work experiences of a year or more, you are required to send letters from persons who have supervised your work.