Approximately 24 hours after a Twitter user posted that he wasn’t going to be able to sit for the Universal Bar Exam in Indiana due to “failing” a required fingerprinting test, he posted Thursday evening that he will now be able to take the bar next week.

User Nathan Blake (nathanblake, @natevander100) posted to Twitter on Wednesday saying, “Unfortunately, I am not being permitted to sit for the bar exam next week, due to insufficient ridges on my fingerprints. I wish I was making this up. I’m speechless.”

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