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Can you please explain exactly what it is that you have not done or what it is that you are supposed to have done? It isn’t clear from your question.
I’m sorry, I don’t know what you mean.
Do you mean that the references throughout the document were not included in the list at the end or the bottom of the page even though the references were correct?
As you appreciate, I have done a dissertation myself and know how the references work. You insert the little number the point in the text and then the footnote and then, at the end, there is a glossary of all the references.
I am not certain whether you put the numbers in the text and didn’t put the list or whether you put the list but didn’t put the numbers in the text.
Regardless, you have followed the guidelines and hence, it is likely you will fail and have to do this again.
Not having enough time I am afraid is not a valid excuse because you are expected to make time and if there was not enough time, everyone else would be in the same situation.
You may have grounds for appeal if you have a disability which is a recognised disability which would mean that you were not capable of doing this. Otherwise, there is probably very little point in appealing the University’s decision. Sorry