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Both These Brides Showed Up To Take An Important Exam On Their Wedding Day

By Aimee Lutkin

Most brides set aside practically a whole month for their wedding. How could they do anything else, besides get married? It's a lot of work to throw a wedding and will likely be one of the most memorable days of your whole life, so it makes sense if it encompasses your whole existence for awhile. But what would you do if you had no choice but to multi-task?

Two women who attend Benue State University in Nigeria were faced with this dilemma. Both Dorcas Atsea and Deborah Atoh had set a wedding date many months in advance—the same date, as it happens. Both are in the Mass Communication program, according to CNN. The university had set an exam in their program, but it was postponed. They found out that the test had been set for the day of their respective weddings just a few weeks before their big days.

But they still showed up: