For many pre-health students, the most important challenge is deciding what health profession is right for them and assessing the implications of that decision. The Pre-Professional Programs and Advising Office has compiled information into a series of medical and dental planning guides which will help students to understand the process of preparing for and applying to the various medical and dental schools. These guides will help you to put together the best possible presentation of yourself when applying to medical and dental schools.
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Pre-Medical Planning Guides: Medicine and Dentistry
PDF Document: Guide One: Pre-Med & Pre-Health Planning at Johns Hopkins University
Guide Two: Letters of Evaluation and the veCollect Letter System – Currently Unavailable
PDF Document: Guide Three: Applying to Health Professions School
PDF Document: Guide Four: The Ongoing Application Process
PDF Document: Guide Five: The Pre-Med/Pre-Dental Interview Process
AAMC Planning Guides: Careers in Medicine
Application Services Instructions
We encourage you to consult your pre-health advisor at several points during your undergraduate career at Hopkins, as well as practitioners in the various health professions, in order to help you clarify your motivation to pursue a career in the health professions.