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    (Original post by Nikstar95)
    Ahhhh crap :argh: !!! I'm Indian ..... I dont think too many ppl out there at Bath will look like me!!!:dong:

    Also since I'm an international student :headbang: I'm not allowed an provisional!!!! :bawling:
    I've never been to Bath so I wouldn't know about that. Surely there'll be an Indian society or something at Bath uni though? We have a society for every single ethnicity at KCL :lol: Just make friends with an older Asian guy and ask to borrow his ID sometimes. Simples.

    The bouncer isn't going to know that you're not allowed a provisional license :lol:
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    (Original post by Nikstar95)
    Ohhh!!!:cry: Thankz anyways!!!

    BTW do u have any idea if I(international student) can apply for a provisional license??

    And is it really possible to use somebody else's ID???? I mean they can easily spot its not your passport!!!
    Not sure if international students can apply for a provisional, don't see why not, but you'd have to ask the DVLA on that.

    Yes it is possible to use someone else's ID if they look like you. Usually when it's busy a doorman or barman will just have a quick glance at the date on the id. Just depend on your luck on the night really.
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    (Original post by SleepySheep)
    I've never been to Bath so I wouldn't know about that. Surely there'll be an Indian society or something at Bath uni though? We have a society for every single ethnicity at KCL :lol: Just make friends with an older Asian guy and ask to borrow his ID sometimes. Simples.

    The bouncer isn't going to know that you're not allowed a provisional license :lol:
    K.... :faceplam: The things I need to do bcoz I'm under 18:huff: !!!

    ( cant I make a fake provisional ?? :eyeball:) :innocent: :grin:

    Anyway thankz for all the info!! !!!
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    (Original post by Foghorn Leghorn)
    Not sure if international students can apply for a provisional, don't see why not, but you'd have to ask the DVLA on that.

    Yes it is possible to use someone else's ID if they look like you. Usually when it's busy a doorman or barman will just have a quick glance at the date on the id. Just depend on your luck on the night really.
    Well just hope everytime I go out.... the clubs are busy

    ( Or can I just bribe the bouncer )

    I checked about the provisional thing I need to be a British citizen!!

    Won't a drivers license from INDIA do????
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    I'm nearly 21 and I've never been on a night out in the town etc, either. I don't want to pay shedloads for drinks every week, especially since I don't drink at all. However, going out to these sorts of places seems to be the only/main way of meeting people, girls etc, so in some ways I feel I have no choice.

    Is it impossible not to spend the suggesed amounts, or can you do the socialising part without all the pricey drinking?
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    (Original post by Nikstar95)
    Well just hope everytime I go out.... the clubs are busy

    ( Or can I just bribe the bouncer )

    I checked about the provisional thing I need to be a British citizen!!

    Won't a drivers license from INDIA do????
    Any official Indian ID (drivers liscence/permit, passport) will do.

    From my limited experience, I DO know several international students who were let in at 17
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    (Original post by dgeorge)
    Any official Indian ID (drivers liscence/permit, passport) will do.

    From my limited experience, I DO know several international students who were let in at 17
    Whew thankz for the re-assurance!!! needed that!!! much appreciated

    K ... then I'll just get an Indian license!! Problem solved

    its time to :banana::party2::rock:
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    (Original post by Puny Earthling)
    I'm nearly 21 and I've never been on a night out in the town etc, either. I don't want to pay shedloads for drinks every week, especially since I don't drink at all. However, going out to these sorts of places seems to be the only/main way of meeting people, girls etc, so in some ways I feel I have no choice.

    Is it impossible not to spend the suggesed amounts, or can you do the socialising part without all the pricey drinking?
    most definitely, not including predrinks i usually just spend a tenner. even less if you bring a hip flask and just take shots from it instead of buying drinks!
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    (Original post by beccafairy)
    most definitely, not including predrinks i usually just spend a tenner. even less if you bring a hip flask and just take shots from it instead of buying drinks!
    Excellent, thanks for the reply.

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