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  • Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
  • Allopathic Medical School
  • Baltimore
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How long was the interview?

15 minutes

What did you wish you had known ahead of time?

"Don't take the subway! The $3 you are saving are not worth the time/multiple transfers/inconvenience/sketchiness!" Report Response

What are your general comments?

"GETTING TO JHMI (TIPS FROM A JHU UNDERGRADUATE) From the airport: Take the MARC train to Baltimore Penn Station (it costs around $5.00). There is a FREE Hopkins shuttle that runs from Penn Station (train station) to the medical school. The shuttle is quite reliable. You will pick it up on the St. Paul side of Penn Station (take a left when you exit the front door of the train station, and wait at the bus stop shelter). The bus will usually be a big blue and white bus that says "Johns Hopkins" on the side, but may also be a school bus or a white bus (if the normal one is broken). You can access the shuttle schedule here: http://www.parking.jhu.edu/shuttles_jhmi_homewood.html Click on the "Shuttle Schedule" link on the right to see the most recent schedule. The next stop after Penn Station is the Peabody Conservatory, so stay on the bus. The next stop after the Peabody Conservatory is the Hampton House on the JHMI campus. GET OFF HERE! Reed Hall is the building next to the Hampton House (same side of the street as the bus stop). If you are heading toward the admissions building, cross the street from where you got off and continue down North Broadway." Report Response

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On what date did the interview take place?

01/01/2009

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