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A nearby hostel attracted me on the way to university. I started living there. All the things are available there for basic needs. The warden is so much helpful. I don't have to share my room with anyone. This is the best thing I like here. I have to pay $16000 as the rent.
I got to know about this college from one of the career fairs organized at my previous school. There I saw the presentation of the college and got attracted to the infrastructure and facilities they provide. After completing my bachelor's I applied to the university online by paying an application fee of $75.
Pre-Medical Program and also the flexibility to take classes outside of the core curriculum with the need to only fill bucket requirements. Additionally, it's in the city so ease of access to various food and entertainment.
Primarily ranking, opportunities, major, discipline, professors, had a medical school. JHU has an extremely high # of students who get into medical school also. It also was one of the few schools that I got accepted into.
The diversity of premed resources including a close hospital with ample undergraduate research opportunities, shadowing and clinical volunteering, and strong pre-professional advising experience getting people into medical school.
For my last two years at Hopkins, I lived off campus which was extremely affordable compared to their on-campus housing. Off-campus housing was just as proximal to the University as on-campus housing. Most people live off-campus their junior and senior years and all grad students live off campus.
The prestige mostly. At the time I thought that I wanted to be a doctor and Johns Hopkins Hospital had such a great reputation that I thought the university would prepare me for being a good physician.