..i am filling out an application and it says "suffix?
I cannot be bothered to put this in my own words, basically things like M.D., PhD, etc...
A name suffix, in the Western English-language naming tradition, follows a person’s full name and provides additional information about the person. Post-nominal letters indicate that the individual holds a position, educational degree, accreditation, office or honour. http://funadvice.com/r/14t510gcgo4
Well I am guessing here, but I suggest it probably means they want you to indicate yes, if you are adding an extra sheet to supplement further information, beyond that which you were able to fit onto the Application Pro-forma.
Best wishes - Majikthise. .
Yes. Although I've never actually seen someone put a bachelors degree as a suffix (most people use it to indicate their professional title). But technically yes, you can put B.A./B.S. depending on whether your bachelors is in arts or sciences.
so suffix is not like what others say ..MRS. MS. MIss..etc... and so what if a person have a certificate only?
so ur saying if some has a bachelor degree they would put where it says suffix "BA"