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Stanford's "Last three years" prompt

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Stanford's "Last three years" prompt [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2012, 19:03
Hi! How strict is the "last three years prompt" of Stanford? My experience actually happened in the last 3.5 years. Is this not acceptable? :) (I know, silly question.)

I will be submitting my app in October 2012 for R1. The challenge came in March 2009, but I rose above the challenge around June-Nov 2009, and I experienced the results by the end of 2009. Is this acceptable for "last three years"?

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Re: Stanford's "Last three years" prompt [#permalink] New post 19 Aug 2012, 22:22
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Hi! How strict is the "last three years prompt" of Stanford? My experience actually happened in the last 3.5 years. Is this not acceptable? :) (I know, silly question.)

I will be submitting my app in October 2012 for R1. The challenge came in March 2009, but I rose above the challenge around June-Nov 2009, and I experienced the results by the end of 2009. Is this acceptable for "last three years"?

Thanks!


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