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작성자 관리자 등록일 2021-09-23 조회수 35

 

 

존스 홉킨스는 아이비리그와 함께 미국의 최상위권 대학이다. 이 대학의 문은 대단히 좁지만 그래도 가능성은 항상 열려 있다. 미래교육연구소는 이대학을 지원하는 학생들의 합격 확률을 높이기 위한 다양한 컨설팅을 제공하고 있다.

 

오늘은 존홉 합격을 위한 성공적 지원 전략과 어플라이 실제에 대한 정보를 제공한다. <미래교육연구소 어플라이팀>

 

 

■ 존홉은 학생을 어떻게 선발하나?

 

원서는 학생에 대한 일부부만 보여줄 뿐이다. 존홉 입학위원회는 모든 지원자의 성과, 목표, 커뮤니티 내 잠재적 영향 등을 토대로 다각적인 심사를 실시한다. 존홉은 자신의 한계를 뛰어넘어 생각할 수 있고, '불가능'을 장애물로 보지 않으며, 자신뿐만 아니라 주변에서도 높은 성취도를 보일 수 있는 학생을 찾고 있다.

 

존홉은 Common App 과 Coalition 원서 플랫홈을 모두 받는다.

 

 

■ 원서 마감일

 

Early Decision I: November 2, 2020

Early Decision II: January 4, 2021

Regular Decision: January 4, 2021

Transfer: March 1, 2021

 

 

■ 존홉 지원에 필요한 요소들

 

▶Application and Supplement

존홉은 대학별 보충 질문 또는 추가 질문이 있는 코엘리션과 Common App 원서를 받는다.

 

▶Secondary School Report

학교 카운슬러, 성적증명서, 고등학교 프로필(School Report)

 

▶Two Teacher Evaluations

학생을 가르친 주요 과목 교사 2명의 추천서

 

▶SAT Reasoning Test or ACT

시험 가용성과 접근성이 계속 제한되고 있기 때문에, 존스 홉킨스는 2026학급(2022년 가을에 입학을 신청하는 학생)에 대한 시험 선택 정책을 확대하고 있다. 학생의 점수를 제출하기로 결정하시면 존스 홉킨스는 입학 사정 전체 지원 검토 과정의 일부로 간주할 것이다. 학생에게 시험 점수가 있는 경우-SAT, ACT, AP, IB, 영어 능력 시험 등 - 학업 능력을 반영한다고 생각하며 공유하기로 선택한 모든 테스트 제출을 환영한다. More standardized test information.

 

▶Mid-year Report

레귤러 지원자와 얼리 디시전 등록 학생은 2월 중순까지 중간 보고서와 업데이트된 성적표를 제출해야 한다.(또는 마감일 이후가 되면 가능한 즉시). 중간고사 성적은 학교에서 직접 제출해야 하며 업데이트된 3학년 성적표를 포함해야 한다.

 

 

■ 존홉에 지원하는 국제학생들을 위한 정보

 

존홉은 세계 각지에서 온 학생들이 모여 있는 글로벌 대학으로서, 첫 날부터 홉킨스 커뮤니티에 들어오는 유학생들을 환영한다.

 

존홉킨스는 배경, 생각, 신념의 다양성을 중시하는 곳으로 글로벌 관점을 개발하는 데 투자하고 있다. 존홉은 국제 학생들이 존홉 커뮤니티의 활동적이고 참여적인 구성원이 되기 위해 필요한 자원과 연결을 도와준다. 그리고 400개 이상의 학생 클럽과 단체가 가입되어 있으며, 스포츠 클럽에서부터 문화 및 종교에 기반을 둔 단체에 이르기까지 많은 참여 기회가 있다.

 

=We accept the Coalition for College application and the Common Application.

=Learn about applying Early Decision to Hopkins.

=See Standardized Test Information for information about test scores, language tests, and more.

=Read information specific to Transfer Students.

=Visit Financial Aid for information about tuition, scholarships, and more. (International students who are applying for financial aid must submit the International Student Certification of Finances form including the Bank Verification with their application.)

=Get application essay writing tips at Essays That Worked, a collection of successful essays from Hopkins students with admissions committee comments.

=International applicant questions: intlhelp@jhu.edu.

 

 

■ 존홉 합격생의 에세이 샘플

 

에세이는 존홉과 같은 상위권 대학에 합격하기 위해 필수적 요소다. 다른 기록들이 아무리 좋아도 에세이가 기준에 미달되면 불합격될 수있다. 그런데 사람들은 이에 대해 잘 알지 못한다.

 

오늘은 존홉이 홈페이지에 공개한 합격생 에세이 사례를 올린다. 이 에세이들을 참고해 존홉이 요구하는 수준의 에세이를 쓸 수있도록 노력해야 한다.

 

미래교육연구소는 에세이 컨설팅을 별도로 제공한다. 하버드등 아이비리그 대학을 졸업한 원어민 튜터들이 에세이를 지도하고 있다. <미래교육연구소장 이강렬 박사> 

 

 

출처: 미래교육연구소 블로그 http://blog.naver.com/josephlee54

 

 

Admissions Committee Comments

 

Rachel shows effort, resilience, and celebration in the outcomes of her hard work. She provides the admissions committee more insight into her interests (Greek language, figure skating, and conservation) beyond just what was provided in her transcript or activities list. From this essay, we learn about her willingness to work hard and persevere in various endeavors, as well as her ability to plan ahead and guide a group toward a common goal—traits that will come in handy in college.

 

RACHEL

 

Translating My Story Into Words

 

My eyes widen. “It’s all Greek to me,” I whisper under my breath. Sure enough, The Apology by Plato is in Greek.

 

My eyes dart across the page, looking for a word or phrase to grasp onto. Unable to find a familiar word, I take a deep breath. The Greek letters jumble into incoherent words and I am left to the mercy of an incomplete translation. I shake my head, unsure of what to do next. My eyes drag from one word to another, heavy with defeat. Upon the sixth word, however, they stop. My initial scan of the text left me negligent of a simple word meaning “number.” Passion overwhelms my senses. “Number” becomes the most important word of the clause, providing context to the adjacent words. I turn to the lexicon and search for words that fit into a coherent translation. With the last word, I feel satisfaction and pride. The whirlwind of emotions repeats: Confusion, passion, satisfaction. Before the bell rings, I finish translating 20 lines of The Apology.

 

I was fifteen when I successfully translated The Apology, and soon after, I fell in love with translation. Through translation, I learned the value of perseverance and hard work; it even helped me convey ideas in different mediums such as figure skating.

 

On a bright January morning, cold wind slapped against my face, chastising me for falling again. I stood up and brushed thin sheets of ice off of my knees. A shock of pain went through my body as I lightly touched a new bruise. I contemplated defeat. In the midst of choreographing my next program, I speculated the translation of music into skating. I yearned to convey every pitch and emotion in a visual performance, so I listened to Chopin once again and closed my eyes. Upon hearing the cadenza, I went back on the ice, picked up speed and turned my body. Leaping from the ground, I wrapped my arms around my torso and spun one, two, three times. My body descended and a sharp skid sounded the air. I smiled, waiting in anticipation for the next jump. That day, I translated every note into a jump until my body understood the music.

 

Translation has become my frame for viewing life and now I am using it to translate passion into activism.

 

In July 2018, part of my activism was conservation focused. Recognized as a Discovery Guide Leader, I was chosen to lead a Mugwort removal cleanup at Meadow Lake. The tedious logistical process of scheduling a time, obtaining a permit, and learning the proper removal process made July a strenuous month. Still seeking to translate my plan into action, I persevered with the importance of conservation in mind.

 

Finally, the day came. Twenty pairs of eyes watched me as I pointed out Mugwort along the shore. The hot sun hit my back as I pushed the shovel deeper in the soil. The ground released its hold on the plant and I picked it up by the stem. I walked throughout the shore and helped each person learn the proper removal technique. Together we were able to eliminate 4.2 pounds of Mugwort. I was proud of everyone and myself. I learned the benefits of conservation, translated that knowledge into a productive plan to remove an invasive species, and spread that knowledge by leading my eager group of volunteers.

 

Despite translating The Apology by Plato years ago, the lessons I learned from translation continue to thrive in my actions today. Just as I translated texts from Greek to English, I will convert more songs into programs, and I will change more plans into action. Although there are still many things in the world that are all Greek to me, I strive to learn and translate my knowledge into action that creates change.

 

 

Admissions Committee Comments

 

In his essay, Zerubabel shares with the admissions committee the values he has learned from observing his family members. Zerubabel connects these observations to how he applies his values of ambition and commitment to everyday life. Through his reflection and analysis, the admissions committee is able to understand how Zerubabel would contribute his personal qualities and skills to our campus community.

 

ZERUBABEL

 

Lessons Learned

 

I could still hear her words, the words my teacher said as she handed me the packet, “This is a challenge. But I think you’re up for it.” I held the math packet in my hand. On the cover, the title ‘Mission Possible!’ screamed at me. I could feel my fingers tingling, and the goosebumps rolling up my arms. I stared at the black italicized letters of the title as I walked home. They seemed to stare back, alluding to the mysteries that lay underneath them. As soon as I got home, I ran to the top bunk where I slept, grabbed a pencil, and signed a mental contract with the packet: “I, Zerubabel, promise to prioritize you, put you above all else in my life, not rest, and not eat until all the problems that lay in your pages are solved.” I was a pretty dramatic 11-year-old.

 

This is but one example of the many challenges I’ve faced throughout my life. My love for challenges and the tenacity with which I approach them was instilled in me through observing my family and through my own experiences. Ten years ago, my family and I packed our belongings, sold everything we had, and flew across the Atlantic to our new home in America. During our first year in Minnesota, we were faced with the omnipresent challenge of money. My sister, rather than having the comfort of her crib, was forced to share a bed with my mom and I. My dad was forced to sleep on a makeshift bed my mom made for him every night, using cushions from a torn and scratchy old sofa. My mom was forced to wake up early and stay up late working, at home, and her minimum wage job. My parents never complained. To them, this was just another stage of life, another challenge to overcome. They worked tirelessly-my mom providing stability by maintaining one job while my dad, the creative one, was always switching between multiple in his pursuit for better pay. With each day, the consequences of their hard work showed; one bed became two, the second bed split into a bunk, and within that little room, each of us had a bed to sleep on.

 

I now reflect on this, and many other challenges my family and I have faced during our ten years in America. I realize that it is through observing how my parents never slowed down that I learned the value of perseverance, through watching my mom’s devotion to a single job that I learned the value of commitment, through my dad’s consistent job switches that I learned the value of ambition, and through observing my sisters willingness to live with less that I learned the value of sacrifice. Through my own experiences, I learned I can apply these values and overcome any challenge that comes my way. My 11-year-old self figured this out after a grueling two months of working on the packet, finishing with all the questions answered.

 

Throughout my time in middle and high school, my value of ambition has led me to take the most challenging courses available at my school. In my community, my value of commitment has allowed me to serve at my church for the past five years. These learned values have molded me into the person I am today and will continue to guide me as I pursue my goals in life. It is because of these values and the way they were instilled in me that I have decided to pursue a career as a surgeon; I know it is through the guidance of these values and the people who first showed them to me that I will be able to achieve this goal.

 

 

 

 

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