Johns Hopkins Gets More Popular Every Year

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Johns Hopkins University

It seems as though every year Johns Hopkins sets a new record for the number of students clamoring for a spot at one of the top-ranked (and most expensive) schools in the country.

This year was no different: 27,095 hopeful high school seniors sent in applications to Johns Hopkins to become part of the Class of 2020. And only 3,098 were admitted.

As you might expect, the admitted students are some seriously smart  kids. Their average GPA is 3.93 and their average SAT scores are between 1440-1560. They’re also are a diverse group–admitted students hail from 49 states as well as 57 different countries. More than half (52 percent) are women. Thirty-seven percent self-identify as members of underrepresented minority groups, and 8 percent are international students.

Students have until May 1 to accept their offers.

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