A pregnant law student who went into labour during her bar exam in the US finished the test and then gave birth two hours later.
The Northwestern Law alumnae went into 'active labour' shortly after she sat down for day two of the Illinois bar.
She managed to finish the three-hour test early - and then give birth to a healthy baby boy at a hospital across the road.
AboveTheLaw.com reports the woman alerted proctors to the possibility that she might give birth during the test, and they agreed to allow her to leave early.
"She calmly finished, went to the hospital, and had her baby an hour or two later. Girl's a real trooper," a friend said.
The baby was delivered via Caesarean section at Prentice Women's Hospital at Northwestern - conveniently located across the street from the exam site.