Stanford Legacy Question

<p>I am filling out the legacy section and I was wondering what the form exactly means by both "year(s)" and "degree(s)."</p>

<p>Do they want to know the specific degree? Or just undergraduate or graduate degree?</p>

<p>And for the years do they want the graduation date or the years of attendance?</p>

<p>I know I'm being rather pedantic, but I don't want to mess this up!</p>

<p>Hey! I have 6 relatives who've graduated from Stanford, so I was working on this too. I just wrote B.S.E./MBA/JD/B.A. etc.
They want the year of graduation (aka. class.) They say "year(s)" incase someone has more than one degree from Stanford, so you can list the graduation years for both degrees.</p>

<p>I don't think pedantic is the word you're looking for.</p>

<p>Would "picky" be more appropriate? ;P</p>

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<p>Don't be so pedantic, Francais. He can use whatever word he wants.</p>