Are you curious to learn the Johns Hopkins Class of 2022 Early Decision statistics? Johns Hopkins University’s Early Decision admissions statistics are out for the Class of 2022. In all, 2,037 students applied to the Baltimore, Maryland-based university this Early Decision cycle. This marked an all-time record for Johns Hopkins in the Early Decision round, besting the previous record set last year for the Class of 2021. Of the 2,037 students who submitted binding ED applications this year, 610 have been offered admission (71% of whom have intentions of studying at the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and 29% of whom have intentions of studying at the Whiting School of Engineering).
Congratulations to our students at Ivy Coach who applied Early Decision to Johns Hopkins this year. Every last one of you got in!
The Wonderfully Weird Johns Hopkins Class of 2022 Admits
As reported on Johns Hopkins’ “The Hub,” “The new students will bring a variety of impressive academic and extracurricular accomplishments with them to Baltimore. The pool includes a student who started a ‘Code Like a Girl’ program to encourage girls to pursue technology careers; a student who developed educational programming for the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Teens Take the Met; and a keeper of honey bees. There is also one of the youngest players on the international competitive fiddle scene; the founder of ‘Tunes for Treatment,’ a music therapy program for cancer patients; and a mountain unicyclist. Given the increased focus on the undergraduate experience at Johns Hopkins, it’s exciting to see how many high school students are putting Johns Hopkins at the top of their college lists, said Ellen Kim, dean of undergraduate admissions.”
As regular readers of our college admissions blog know all too well, we’re all about helping college applicants at Ivy Coach find their inner weird. If people unfamiliar with our approach could understand what we mean by that in one fragment, we’d make it our business’ tagline. But alas people just wouldn’t get it without explanation so it can’t be our tagline. And yet take a look at how Johns Hopkins University describes its incoming class in this release — they literally cherrypick some of the most interesting (or weirdest!) applicants who earned admission to its Class of 2022. A mountain unicyclist. A keeper of honey bees. Weird works. Of course the keeper of honey bees had an edge in the highly selective college admissions process. We’re all about the honey bee keeper! You see, what so many parents and students think will give them an edge in the college admissions process won’t actually give them an edge. We help students find their inner honey bee keeper. Maybe that should be our tagline.
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Finding Your Inner Honey Bee Keeper
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