True Story: Identical Twins From Mumbai Get Same Marks in 12th Board Exam

Even a group of friends who do combine studies before the exam do not get same marks despite preparing the same set of questions and answers. The exam evaluators take little more than 3 minutes to correct the students’ answer sheets. Based on the performance and presentation, the marks are awarded.

During the result day, there are possibilities that students’ results might coincide with some others in the different district or maybe in the nearby circle. But here comes the shocking news which can hold your breath in awe. Have you heard about the identical twins securing equal percentage in Class 12 ISC exams? This story is well and truly astonishing isn’t it? Yes, it is.

Identical Twins from Mumbai, Rohan and Rahul secure same percentage of 96.5% in Class 12 ISC Exams.

Hailing from Mumbai, the sibling duo Rohan and Rahul not only look identical but also stunned the world by securing an identical percentage of 96.5% in exams. The super identical twins Rohan and Rahul studied at Jasudben ML School in Mumbai’s Khar area. Their intentions are quite clear as they are planning to pursue a career in Science.

Sibling duo’s mother Sonal Chembakaasseril said that Rohan and Rahul have the same habits. She adds that her children fall ill together and also feel hungry at the same time. According to her, the twins chipping in with same marks has taken them by surprise.

“They don’t just look exactly the same but have same habits too. They always fall ill together and feel hungry at the same time but scoring exactly the same marks has also taken us by surprise,” their mother Sonal Chembakasseril told PTI.

Sonal added further saying that Rohan and Rahul have studied together in school and also do their revisions together at home. “Rohan and Rahul have studied together in school. They even do their revisions together at home,” she added.

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.