I did dual enrollment while in high school at my state university and completed around 50 credit hours. I'm officially graduating from high school and entering college next year, even though I'm only enrolled in college courses currently. I can graduate at 19 if I take summer courses for two summers. Will adcoms look at this negatively? Additional Details: I have research experience, clinical experience in a hospital, a 3.9 overall gpa (3.8 BCPM), I haven't taken the MCAT yet, and besides that, I don't have any other standouts (although a publication is likely before I apply). I'm very sure of my ability to enter, so please assume that I know what's right for me and don't lecture me on how I need to take some time off. My main concern is that it will look like I don't have a life I take summer courses. This is far from the truth and I'm sure that I could explain it to adcoms, if I got an interview. However, it will rightfully so look like I rushed undergrad, although I don't see that as being too negative if I excelled in it. PS. I did dual enrollment at a satellite campus of my state university, and plan on transferring to the flagship campus next year (which is ranked in the top 100 national universities).