I did at first, naively. Thinking that if one twin can catch up a little, and aim for a school in between their levels, hopefully the other twin will have more time for her own interest, no need to be too stress with work. Not anymore. Better to be in different schools, be their own individuals. When one twin excel, parents can cheer without holding back (too much), and hopefully the other twin can look beyond comparing each other and excel in their own arena.Bochapmum3 wrote: ↑Tue Nov 19, 2019 10:40 pmDo you hope that your twins go to same secondary school? Do they hope to go same school themselves? I know some twins can’t wait to be separated6thisnthat9 wrote: ↑Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:00 pmEsp when my twins are not identical in looks n results. I feel you too. P4 class allocation was a preview of what to expect in 2 years time. To say the right words to each twin will be the challenge.
Identical twins may wished to be separated if they have been together all the time? Mine are definitely not identical. How about yours?