Hey all, I had a few issues that I wanted to ask about. First, I'm a senior in high school just outside of Albany, NY and have always wanted to go to medical school. I recently received acceptences to: SUNY Geneseo, Brandeis University, Rollins College, and New College of Florida. I have, for all intents and purposes here, settled on Rollins College in Orlando. During my senior year I took English Composition I and II, General Biology I and II, and Calculus I at a local community college, being aware and all that those were among the med school prereqs. I got an A in all of my classes (thus far) and feel that my education was rigorous and exceptionally good for a two year school (my biology professor was a retiree from the University of Richmond, and she taught like she was still there, hence the 60% failing rate of the class ). I plan to be a biology major next year when I go to Rollins, and the fact that I have all of those credits, plus additional AP and college credit, will allow me to graduate in three years with just a little summer course work. What I wanted to ask is, a) would community college credit be a detriment to my application? b) would finishing in three years at all be a detriment to my application? and c) if you could, answer the previous two questions again, this time considering an intent to apply to SUNY Upstate's Early Assurance program, if you are familiar with that and its curricular requirements. Thanks very much, I look forward to your replies!