Twins fulfill dream of becoming lawyers, say they shared 1 book in school

Twins fulfill dream of becoming lawyers, say they shared 1 book in school

- Twin sisters who passed their bar examinations have revealed the secret behind their success

- Kathrine and Marie Enrique are among the 2,103 who passed their bar exams

- The twin sisters revealed that they only bought one book which they shared to study

Twins Kathrine and Marie Enriquez, who are among the 2,103 who passed their bar exams, have revealed that they only bought one book which they shared to study.

The twins said in studying law and reviewing for the exam, they shared one book per subject and scheduled their study time, GMA News Online reports.

Legit.ng notes that Kathrine and Marie said being twins made studying law "lighter" for them.

For this pair of twins who both passed the Bar exams, it was never a competition

Kathrine and Marie Enrique. Photo credit: GMA News Online
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Kathrine said: "We only bought one book for the both of us (except when required) and scheduled our study time for that subject."

According to Kathrine, whoever has to study the full cases first will be obligated to highlight key points so the next twin to study would only read the highlighted parts.

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The twins said: "It saves time and effort."

Kathrine said: "We would study together, we have the same set of friends, we helped each other even during recitations."

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The disclosure was made by a Twitter user Maazi Ogbonnaya, who also said the teenager could write, teach and translate the aforementioned languages.

Nigerians took to the comment section of the tweet to express their surprise at the teenager's level of intelligence.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that the founder and CEO of Cocoa360, Shadrack Frimpong, had been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship to pursue a PhD in public health and primary care at the University of Cambridge in England.

Frimpong is a University of Pennsylvania graduate and 2015 Presidents Engagement Prize winner.

The young entrepreneur is among three Ghanaians including Derrick Omari and Alimatu Bawah, who were awarded by Queen Elizabeth in 2018 following their immense contributions to social development in Ghana.

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