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is it ok for parents to look at your a level results without your permission/forcefully?
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is it ok for parents to look at your a level results without your permission/forcefully?
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No it’s not ok.
They are your results, it’s like opening someone’s post without their permission
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No, it's not okay.
But if your parents are paying the school fees or your school/college provides printed copies of a levels- it is very likely that most parents will be nosy.
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No it's urs and it's private, especially if u dont want them to see...u shud be the first to open them if that's what u want

My mum opened my GCSE results but I didn't care as long as she didn't tell me what i got plus she asked me before she did it...i read it when I got home
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Legally? Yes. Morally? No.

Based on personal experience, those who tend to resent their parents growing up are the ones who have constantly been searched as a child (just to name one factor). To the child, it suggests that the parent doesn’t trust them, hence the child also won’t trust the parent which weakens the rapport between the parent and child.
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