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Referencing Style Guide: Appendix

Appendix Guidelines

• If you have one appendix in your assessment, label the section, Appendix. If there are two or more, label each appendix with a capital letter (e.g. Appendix A, Appendix B etc).

• Each appendix must have a label (e.g. Appendix A, Appendix B etc) and a title. The Appendix title should contain a brief description of its content (e.g. Participant results of the 20m shuttle run test).
Both the label and the title are in bold and on separate lines at the top of a new page.

• Each appendix must be referred to in-text. For example:
o … showed higher participation rates (see Appendix A).
o As shown in Appendix B, the results … 


Figures and tables in an appendix

If including figures or tables in an Appendix, include in the label a letter corresponding to the appendix (i.e. Appendix A would contain Table A1, Table A2 etc.). 

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