By Courtney Cameron
Students of Glasgow University have been queuing up all day to vote in a mock Scottish Independence Referendum.
The polling stations have been set up at the universities two unions and organisers are expecting around two thousand votes.
The question being asked is exactly the same as the official referendum expected to take place in 2014, “Should Scotland be an independent country?”
Opinions among students taking part appear to be mixed.
Michael Gray, head of the Dialect society expressed his enthusiasm for the ballot and believes it is a “great opportunity” for everyone at the university.
The result of the poll will be announced later today.