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Twins, even in their Mathematics scores

Karan Choudhury  New Delhi, May 25, 2007
First Published: 02:17 IST(26/5/2007) | Last Updated: 19:37 IST(31/5/2007)

For twins Nitin and Vipin Bansal, the resemblance is more than just visual. Studying in Class XII in the same school, these Ramjas Senior Secondary School students have ended up with the same marks in a subject.


Both secured 99 marks in Mathematics. The duo prepared for the exams together, taking turns while studying subjects and shared notes. “We study well together, especially Mathematics. If I do not know something, Vipin helps out and, if he faces some problem, I help out. Also, both of us do not get bored after studying for long hours,” said Nitin.

Except for their hairstyle and a slight height difference, they look the same. It is no surprise then that they both want to be Chartered Accountants.

Nitin is more outspoken and sports a jazzier look than Vipin, who is nine minutes younger and is happy to let his brother do the talking. When they are not studying, both love to play cricket. “There are times when we get tired of studying. We listen to music and watch movies together,” said Vipin.

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