You’ll get sick: more colds and headaches.
You’ll worry more than you work.
You’ll notice more problems with your family and friends.
You’ll have some significant change in your personal habits: you’ll lose your appetite or you’ll want to pig out all the time; you’ll want to sleep all the time or you won’t be able to sleep; you’ll want sex all the time or you’ll never want sex again.
You’ll go into survival mode: fight, flight or freeze:
You’ll fight: You’ll find yourself speaking words of excuse and anger — like “All lawyers are asses” or “All law professors are pompous, arrogant fools.
You’ll flee: You’ll start skipping classes, skipping assignments or— just as much a problem — doing the reading and coming to class but neglecting to think about either.
You’ll freeze: You’ll find speaking words of desperation and despair — like “What am I doing here?” and “Everyone’s smarter than me.” or “I’ll never keep up.” or “I’ll never catch on.”