Should've worked harder during the term then! and get cracking on it now.
Emphasising urgency in thread titles won't get you help any quicker, in-fact contributors here find it quite rude that you think your work is of greater urgency than anyone else's here.
Secondly, but not least; this is not a homework service... you cannot and should not expect volunteers on this forum to simply hand over code.
Although what I say might seem a little harsh or full-on, you would find that In the long run, spoon-feeding harms your learning process and future (if you carry on) learning development.
Now, if you're serious about passing your module, I suggest you get cracking on the project.
I'd advise you to start off by noting down clearly on paper what your goals need to be, and how the logic might work and once you think you've got a good idea of what needs doing, start writing some test programs to test the logic, and if they work, combine them with other tests and so on.
Alternatively, dive straight into it... start writing code which you think makes sense until you get stuck.
Then once you hit a brick wall, come back here with clear questions which we could assist you with, or if you have errors - post the errors and the relevant code and we'll help you debug.
So I wish you good luck and hope you get going.