Based on his son’s advice about the written test, Gopnik observes that “being good at passing tests has relatively little to do with being good at

Based on his son’s advice about the written test, Gopnik observes that “being good at passing tests has relatively little to do with being good at.

  1. Based on his son’s advice about the written test, Gopnik observes that “being good at passing tests has relatively little to do with being good at what those tests are supposed to be testing,” and says that idea “in the end came to haunt my entire experience of learning to drive.” What do you think Gopnik means when he says that his experience was “haunted”? Are there ideas or events that have “haunted” the way you experience writing? Please explain.

Based on his son’s advice about the written test, Gopnik observes that “being good at passing tests has relatively little to do with being good at