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100 for the IBT
250 for the CBT
600 for the PBT
7.0 for IELTS
Obtain unofficial transcripts from your school(s) student account or Registrar’s office. To obtain your unofficial JHU transcripts: Go to http://isis.jhu.edu sign in, enter your JHED ID and password, go to Registration/My Grades and click on View Unofficial Transcript. If your transcripts are not issued in English you must submit documents in both the original language and English translation from a professional third party service. Please refer to this site for available services www.atanet.org. Some departments may not require translations, please check the department’s website for more information.
Obtain the email addresses from your recommenders. In your Apply Yourself online application using your recommenders email addresses you will be able to request electronic letters of recommendations; and the Apply Yourself system is quite simple to use-it will simply solicit your recommender via their email account. They then only need to follow the instructions. We strongly recommend you use the Apply Yourself system. Do not mail in letters of recommendation.
We are able to accept recommendation letters using the Interfolio system. Please email@example.com to have the letters sent to our office. Once the Office of Graduate Admissions and Enrollment receives the letter it will be added to your application. Please allow 14 business days processing time, do not mail letters of recommendation to our office.
Prepare your statement of purpose In lieu of the “statement of purpose”, please refer to the admission requirements of each department. M.F.A. applicants only should include in their statement of purpose a two-page introduction and critique of their work; the statement should give an insight into the scope and thoughtfulness of the work submitted and a sense of the student’s ability to contribute to the Writing Seminars program.Please note: The office of Graduate Admissions and Enrollment does not accept paper copies of the statement of purpose. Applicants are required to submit this document through the online application. The uploaded file cannot exceed 500KB in size. The document must also adhere to 1″ (inch) margins.
Have your GRE scores sent through ETS Applicants are required to request recent GRE scores from ETS and submit them to Johns Hopkins before the application deadline. In order for your application to be reviewed, you must include the university’s institution code in your request to ETS. Johns Hopkins University Schools of Arts & Sciences and Engineering’s institution code is 5332. Arrangements may be made to take the GRE by contacting: GRE/Educational Testing Service, P.O. Box 6000, Princeton, NJ 08540 or the web site at : http://www.gre.org/. Department codes: Applicants do not need to select a department code. As long as the institutional code of 5332 has been selected, the scores will be delivered to the Johns Hopkins University Schools of Arts & Sciences and Engineering’s admissions office.
Prepare any supplemental material required by your department. The following departments require each applicant to submit a sample of work, such as a paper, thesis or publication. Please consult the department before submitting any documentation.
Have application fee payment ready to submit. A non-refundable fee of $75.00 is required for each application to the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Whiting School of Engineering, with the following exceptions: the departments of Civil Engineering, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, and the Information Security Institute charge a non-refundable $25.00 application fee. Materials Science and Engineering waives the application fee for U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Payment may be made online via Visa, Mastercard, or Discover. The application fee may be waived for applicants with documented (must be uploaded within the application) registration/participation in one of the following programs: GEM, Department Request, SACNAS, MMUF, POSSE, JHU Grad Student, McNair, ABRCMS, Vietnam Education Foundation, IRT, Graduate Horizons, Chocktaw/Chickasaw Scholarship Advisement Program, Baltimore Scholars Program, Leadership Alliance, UMBC Meyerhoff Program, LSAMP, Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program, Project 1000, MARC and University of Puerto Rico Students. To request a waiver based on financial hardship please select the option on the application and upload one of the following: FAFSA SAR Report, a letter from a college/university financial aid office, unemployment verification. Do not send tax returns. All documents will be reviewed and verified for satisfactory evidence. If the uploaded document is not accepted you will be contacted to resubmit or to pay the application fee. For further information please complete the Contact Form.
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