I have done 4 days in secondary on a beer. The problem will not be with the secondary time it will be with bottling time. If you bottle now you'll have maybe enough time to get it carbed.........I tried my irish stout after 1 week and it was okay but not really carbed. I tried it after 2 weeks got the carb and taste great....I tried it at 3 weeks and it was spot on. It spent 21 days in primary, 14 in secondary, & almost 21 in bottle and it was great. It's still great after months in bottle as well.
It's your beer man if you think it's ready to be bottled now then you need to bottle it to get some carb for your 12th deadline.
Take a hydro sample see where you are if it's stopped fermenting which means your hydro is very close to where it was when you put it in the secondary...... perhaps its ready. Most of fermentation happens in primary. What was your hydro readying last night?
Teufel Hunden Brewing Company
Primary - Apfelwein v2, JChrapewein, Light Scottish Ale, SW 420 v2, Devil Dog Ale Version 2
Secondary - OxiClean
Just Bottled - Jay's Irish Stout
On Deck - The Orginal Fat Tire
Planning - "Hail to the Chief -IIPA", "The Straw Berry Blonde"
NTBA - Wicked Ale