'Wrong on every level' GMB sparks uproar as A-Level students open results live on air


Students across the country opened their A-Level exam results on Thursday morning. Good Morning Britain filmed a variety of students opening their results live on air, with some being thrilled with their grades and others being left disappointed. However, many viewers felt it was an “awful” decision to make the youngsters tell ITV viewers their results.

Good Morning Britain viewers took to Twitter as they watched pupils read their grades aloud.

Holls fumed: “This is wrong on every level. Way to put these kids under pressure #goodmorningbritain.”

David Bank added: “This poor [students] being forced to open their exam results live on telly for our amusement.”

Megan said: “#GMB having kids open results on camera is awful. To then say at least you have an unconditional offer is wrong.  Poor lad.”

@UnInterlocutor penned: “Does anyone else find this exam results theatre weird? It is a private matter – not news. #GMB.”

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