This might sound stupid and paranoid, but are buying outlines from outline-depot in any way in violation of standard school policies?
Are we "allowed" to go ahead, put our details (since the site asks as part of registration) in, and buy?
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Probably not but it would be a waste of money.
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Well, you're not turning in your outline and claiming it's your own work, right? As long as there are no rules against bringing in commercial study aids, there shouldn't be a problem. But I don't understand why you're paying for it, there's always a nice upperclassman who is willing to give you their old outline for free.
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