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Hi,

I have finished and handed in my dissertation and noticed a mistake with one of my references in my literature review. In this reference i provided the correct information on the study but for some strange reason I wrote that the study took place in a different location to where it actually was.

I am slightly worried that this will cost me quite a few marks for providing wrong information about an academic source. Does anyone know how many marks I could lose on an undergraduate dissertation for a mistake like this?

Thanks
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