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Statistics and the art of number-reading

Well, Bar Exam File Number 95414 passed the Florida Bar Exam. This person passed both sections of the Florida Bar, and is now authorized to be admitted.

The File Number tells me a lot about a person. It’s very likely this person lives in Central or Southern Florida, instead of Northern or Western Florida. Number 95414 is not a recent graduate, but actually practiced law for at least one year before taking the Florida Bar Exam. The File Number, combined with the statistics of Bar Passage, and my knowledge of the inner workings of the Bar Examiners file system, tells me that this person is a woman and Caucasian. She has an advanced degree in addition to her JD, and she is not a native Floridian. She is married, and her parents are both still alive. She is over the age of 27 but under 35. She has one younger sibling. This bar examinee is right-handed, and took the Bar Exam in Tampa, Florida.

Using numerology, I can infer from the number that this person studied pretty hard, did all of the performance exams and practice tests and probably made flashcards. This person is competitive, slightly anal-retentive, and an extremely disciplined hard worker.

I can further infer from this number 95414 that her references for the Bar returned their information relatively timely, that she had to take the Ethics Exam, and that the last Bar Exam she took was for California and she passed on the first try.

Numerology is an amazing science. When you combine it with the unique numbering system and my background knowledge, you can come up with a lot of information about a person. The fact that it’s my wife, Amy, doesn’t hurt either. Congratulations, sweetie!

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