I've barely made any progress in my engineering bachelor's thesis. I only have 12 days after today before I have to hand it in. I saw a previous bachelor's thesis. It's 65 pages long, except the title page / abstract / acknowledgements / blank space / reference lists etc add up to about 22 pages. The diagrams add up to about 9 pages. So I guess there's about 34 pages of writing in it (yes you can tell I'm clutching at straws). I currently have about 12-14 pages worth of notes that I'd put in. It's just general notes about the topics. What is actually expected from a bachelor's thesis? General notes? Replicating results? Creating new theory? Frankly, I've no idea. My adviser won't tell me and the marking scheme is vague. Should I be going through important research papers and summarising them or explaining concepts? My adviser won't give me any information on what's expected. Before this term and all my life I got near perfect grades but my motivation has been rock bottom all through uni since I really dislike the subject and uni (you can't switch subject in the UK, and I'm going to the uni nearest my house because my parent saved nothing). This term I've worked less than ever. I feel like I'm in a ridiculous situation. I always found difficulty of this degree at this uni extremely low* and now I'm on the verge of doing badly. Although as long as I get at least 50 % for the assignment, that's fine (it's marked 80 % for the report and 20 % for the presentation). *to give you an idea of the standard: it's an engineering course but we never did a maths course with vector calculus.