How many gap years are considered nontrad?

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    Anyone not matriculating directly after graduating from undergrad is "nontrad". I imagine this will get confusing very soon since the number of people taking gap years is surpassing those matriculating after graduation, but that's the way we use those terms right now.
     
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      Anyone not matriculating directly after graduating from undergrad is "nontrad". I imagine this will get confusing very soon since the number of people taking gap years is surpassing those matriculating after graduation, but that's the way we use those terms right now.
      EDIT: Anyone not matriculating OR APPLYING directly after graduation from undergrad is "nontrad"
       
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