How useful are uni prospectuses really?

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Do you find prospectuses useful? Would it matter to you if prospectuses were digital only or in app form?

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https://www.mrs.org.uk/pdf/Regulatio...uly%202015.pdf
"Even though, apart from the guidelines of these three bodies, there is no specific legislation governing free prize draws, there are common law principles such as transparency, equity and fairness that clearly must be incorporated into the administration of free prize draws by researchers who organise them as an incentive for participation, especially as these common law principles are implicit in the MRS Code of Conduct."

"Members must ensure all relevant information is clearly communicated to participants before participating. This includes:

"a. theclosingdateforreceiptofentry;
"b. thenatureoftheprizes;
"c. if a cash alternative can be substituted for any prize;
"d. how and when winners will be notified of results; and
"e. how and when winners and results will be announced"

This isn't difficult stuff and could easily be added as standard to the first page of each survey.
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