I would not really assume anything. Your assuming people are just going to think you failed the bar, but here are the things I could assume just looking at it right now. Who knows what you did for two years. I mean I could assume you failed the bar, but I could also assume you had like a criminal history problem and the bar made you wait to years to prove you were a bettger person, or I could assume you were locked up in a mental hospital for two years, or I could assume you took two years off to train to climb everest or I could assume you praticed in anouther state for two years, or I could assume you got an LLm or a Masters in something between the JD and the bar. Point is people can assume whatever the hell they want to and there is nothing you can do to stop them from doing it. So worry about the things in life you can control and not the things you can't. It is what it is, you passed that's all that matters.