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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.
I thought that there should be a looser interpretation of what qualifies as an upper-level science class at Hopkins. We are limited to mostly molecular and cellular biology science classes and I believe that limited me and having a broad understanding of medicine.
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.
I have loved my biology classes although the requirement for physics is unnecessary. I think having more electives offered to underclassmen would improve morale and lead to a greater camaraderie among people of the same major.
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.
I would appreciate it if it didn't change so much. The course curriculum is also definitely extremely challenging and some classes aren't unnecessary. However, I never know what I need and I feel like I'm taking too many things at once.