|Subject: All twins were in same split and less than 15 spots away from each other in all age groups. DOB is no longer used for splits as of last year and until changed randomization will always be used from now on.|
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Date Posted: 21:57:42 07/10/17 Mon
In reply to: Our school had two sets of twins, both sets in same split. 's message, "Agree. Splits seem similar year to year with top dancers split by dob or random ;)" on 19:45:48 07/10/17 Mon
In our experience, my daughter's split was very different than last year and for the age groups with multiple dancers from our school it was not split evenly at all. Usually 3 in one split and 1 in the other. Or 4 and 1.
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|[> [> [> [> [> Subject: I imagine if you have twins it could get pretty challenging if they were in different splits and therefore different ballrooms at the same time. Seems a kindness to weary parents to keep them in one.|
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Date Posted: 17:49:55 07/13/17 Thu
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