Reviewer Guidelines

The review process is based on the manuscript submitted by the editorial board (Word) onwards
In the review process, the reviewers should note the following;

1- Is the manuscript compatible with the journal's specialty?
2- Has the manuscript been previously published in another journal (for the information of reviewers)?
3- Do the title and summary of the manuscript agree with its content?
4- Are the abstract keywords sufficient and compatible with the content?
5- Does the manuscript introduction include previous studies that are relevant and recent to the subject of the manuscript?
6- Is the method and procedures appropriate and were they presented in a clear and sequential manner?
7- Is the presentation of the results good, clear and understandable?
8- Are the tables and figures clear, necessary, sufficient, not confusing, and consistent with the title and content?
9- Is the discussion clear, logical, and relevant to the findings of the manuscript?
10- Is the citation and References clear, appropriate, and consistent with Harvard style?
11- Should some paragraphs of the manuscript be amended, clarified, or excluded because they are unclear or unimportant?
12- Is the number of words of the manuscript appropriate and compatible with the content?

Final Recommendation: Reviewers should choose one of the following options:

1- Submission accepted: ready for publication without editing.
2- Revisions Required: Require minor changes that the editor can review and accept.
3- Resubmission for review: Requires major changes and another round of peer review.

4- The submission was rejected: it contains many weaknesses and cannot be accepted for publication.