Narrative Essay On Fear Of Driving
The same thing happened with the second test but, the final exam gave me anxiety; of course I studied for it but, when I got the final exam, in my mind, I said, “This test is so freaking hard!”.
I felt that if I failed the exam, then that would be the end of me. I was also scared, that I felt like I was going to have a heart attack but, when I got the results, I scored a high C on it. I was very happy that I had passed the exam. That meant I was able to drive on the road. In late October, Mr. Vailancort give my slip in which it had the days I would drive. When I got my slip, I panicked because I had not practice driving at all. When I came home that day I said to my parents, “I got my schedule that tells when I’ll be driving with the teacher so, can you please teach me how to …show more content…
When I went on road with the teacher, I saw how the cars would move fast and don’t stop on the stop signs; I felt scared that I would hit a car and fail Driver’s Education. On the next days of praticing and driving, I would improve on my turning, speed, direction, and waiting for other cars. Even though I was improving on the road, it wasn’t good enough; I kept making mistakes, even through I knew not to do them like how I supposed to let the car go ahead of me but I went ahead instead. On my last day of driving with teacher, I went to drive in i-95; I was so nervous because I had to drive over 55 mph which was fast. Not only that, There were many cars on the road and I had to change lanes just so the teacher can see what I am good at driving. I followed the teachers inductions on the road since it was the only way I can only make it out alive. Since it was the last day, I would either get the blue slip or white slip. Since I had doubted myself, I thought I would get the white slip and would have to drive with the teacher again but, I got the blue slip. When I was handed the slip, in my mind, I said, “Wait, what? I got the blue slip?”. I was so surprised to have the blue slip. I realized that Mr. Vailandcort give me the blue slip because he saw that I was improving even through I hadn’t practiced much. I also learned that I had doubted myself the whole time when I was on the road.