Interview with gina shim and hirak park!
Virtual Tours by Students
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Hi. So today I'm here with you, you know, and Gina, and we'll hear some discussions of awesome factors of Johns Hopkins from them. So Forest can us introduce yourself and talk about your major? Maybe where you're from. I'm from South Korea and I'm playing studied your signs, don't you know? And I'm from Philadelphia, and I'm also planning to seven euros sites. So they're goingto provide an interesting prospect about Johns Hopkins from their perspective. So could you ex talk a little about the student climate here? Well, I think there's lots of opportunities to get involved in the community. Different, I think the professor's they're all really welcoming when you go to their office hours and they're really, really like even the seniors are like Upperclass Mons. Can you talk like more specifically about what kind of help you call from professors? Um, they have a lot of office hours, so you can go to that and also like they work with the students who already took the course like we have learning down and palates, which is like a touring system. There was also tears, which are teaching assistants, and there is at least one of them in each class. They all also have their own office hours when you can. That in general, aside from the student body climate, what do you think about the academic climate? Hear a lot of people say that John Hawkins is very competitive and very rigorous and click through What do you guys think about that? In terms of premed perspective, I'd say, All right, it's not not competitive, but we do help each other a lot. You also think it is very challenging what she put in the hard work. As for help around your user, resource is and I think it's very easy to succeed and me not very easy, but is you can succeed if you try and, you know, people are welcoming and burial. Our school like what are some good things? And what are some bad things in any of your life in General Hopkins. On for me this, maybe, or for all colleges out there. I think my daily life is basically the same thing everyday, like same routine class. Sometimes on the weekends you like, Change it. I say Connor is Although it's a multiple city, there's not much Tio dio unless we go to Washington, D. C. Or New York. I think since John Hawkins is a small community relative, Tio, like other big universities, people know each other a lot. Yeah, it's really good to communicate and make friends. Do you guys have any, like, particular memory of hangout that you really like? No. I like going to Phil's point in Harper. What's What's an Ellicott City? Well, we have a tch mark there because all I remember but and got good grades, that's always a good thing. ISS. What would you give us an advice to your senior self or, like any brush, incoming freshmen or applicant to Hawkins on. People think a lot of high school applicants they try toe or stress their academic Yeah, academic and like on to work. I think it's just important to be who you are and that stretch things. Just express yourself through how you want to be expressed and just yourself. I'd say don't be too scared to apply talking because not a competitive school. We do help each other, is it? What is it? It's like music. Quo can put their environment because it's not as competitive as people say.