I'm already seeing a difference in the way some (many) people are treating me. It seems like they're actually listening to me more than they did before I got in (it makes me feel slightly awkward, like I have to say something intelligent). Every time I do something stupid (which is quite often) someone invariably comments, "I can't believe Harvard accepted you." When I congratulate my peers on getting into a school, many of them say, "well, it's no Harvard, but I'm still psyched." I don't even know how to respond (I mutter something about Harvard having taken pity on me). Don't get me wrong, I am so blessed and surprised to have gotten in, but I don't want to seem like I'm humble bragging. It's bizarre that some people are treating me like some sort of celebrity. What if I start believing them?