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    Worried your parents might see your decisions, eh?

    Don't worry. Unless your dad is Elliot Alderson; I'm sure you'll be fine.

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    Just teasing, obviously! Seriously, though - I highly doubt it. Privacy is a big thing in post-secondary education.
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    No, they can't. Although your school will be able to see your university choices, when you make them.
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    Worried your parents might see your decisions, eh?

    Don't worry. Unless your dad is Elliot Alderson; I'm sure you'll be fine.
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    Just teasing, obviously! Seriously, though - I highly doubt it. Privacy is a big thing in post-secondary education.
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    No, they can't. Although your school will be able to see your university choices, when you make them.

    Haha! No! :P I'm in a complicated situation ;( but I don't want my SCHOOL / COLLEGE seeing!
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    Haha! No! :P I'm in a complicated situation ;( but I don't want my SCHOOL / COLLEGE seeing!
    Unfortunately as the school is the one through whom you apply, and who writes your reference, they can see where you've applied and the courses to which you've applied. Why is it that you don't want your school to see? They won't be judgemental, their job is to help and support you through the process.
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    This depends on your privacy settings.

    Your universities can all see a university version of track.

    And if you allowed it and your college subscribes then they have access to Adviser Track.

    If you don't want your college to see anything after they've completed your reference then ring up UCAS and ask them to remove access to your application through adviser track.
 
 
 
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