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    Hi everyone,
    I turned 18 in July and i'm quite worried about the form of ID that can be used to enter the parties in the GUU or QMU. I have my student card with me but do they accept that? I also have a young Scot card. I don't have a provisional with me neither a passport so are these IDs convincing?
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    No. You need a passport, drivers licence or PASS certified card (pick whichever card you fancy http://www.pass-scheme.org.uk/card-suppliers/) if you want to prove your age to get drinks for example. To prove you're a student then yes, student card would suffice. But you probably won't get served at a bar with just a student card as ID because it isn't official.
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    (Original post by amingo26)
    No. You need a passport, drivers licence or PASS certified card (pick whichever card you fancy http://www.pass-scheme.org.uk/card-suppliers/).
    My scot card DOES have a pass hologram on it though
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    (Original post by tyrion1998)
    My scot card DOES have a pass hologram on it though
    Should be fine then
 
 
 
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