I consider myself a non-traditional student as I'm 28 with 3 children and am currently pursuing a PhD. My question is does anyone have experience (insight) into the way an applicant would be viewed based on the following: I started college when I was 17 and messed around for 2 years earning an incredible 1.75 GPA for 60 credit hours. I stopped school and returned two years later. Since that date I expedited my undergraduate experience where I took as many as 26 credit hours per term. Not including the first 2 years I have a respectable 3.5 GPA for my BS. I did a Master's in environmental science with a GPA of 3.45, wherein I took a few med school courses (long story) and did well. I also earned a few fellowships and awards. In brief I have basically been in college for 10 years. How would the admissions team look at this history? Thank you for your help!