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This rating is estimated based on how your test scores & high school grades compare
to students attending Johns Hopkins University. We do not provide
a specific chance of acceptance because many factors affect admission chances such
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We define Safety as 90-100% odds of acceptance, Near Safety (70-90%), Match (40-70%),
Reach (15-40%), Huge Reach (less than 15%)
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