I am currently in high school and I have taken many pre-dental requirements at a community college. I have been accepted into a 4-year institution and plan on applying to dental school next year. This would mean that I would only have 2 years of undergrad under my belt. Would this be a wise decision? So far, I have taken: 2 semesters of Biology with lab, 2 semesters of Chemistry with lab, 1 semester of Physics with lab, Calculus 1, Calculus 2, Calculus 3 and 3 semesters of English. All of these courses are CSU and UC transferable. From looking at many dental school websites, it seems like they will accept my credits because they are equivalent courses to those at CAL, UCLA and other UC's. Next year, I will be going to Cornell and plan on finishing up the majority of my pre-dental requirements and hopefully take some upper division classes. Please let me know what you guys think of this. Essentially, I would be bypassing two years of undergrad this way and come out of dental school when I'm only 24.