Manuscripts submitted to SCIEPublish journals are sent to at least two experts for peer review. Reviewers will make an evaluation based on the paper quality, and recommend whether or not they believe the manuscript should be accepted revised, or rejected by the journal.
When Reviewers are invited to assess manuscripts submitted to SCIEPublish Journals, they are asked to address the following points:
When Reviewers agree to assess manuscripts submitted to SCIEPublish Journals, they are asked to check the following points:
Usually, there are two rounds of peer reviewing work for our reviewers before the final decision step:
The first round of peer review: Reviewers are invited to review the original manuscript and provide a review report as detailed as possible. We encourage reviewers to provide all the revision comments at this step.
The second round of peer review: Once the manuscript is revised and resubmitted, the reviewers would be invited again to check if the manuscript has improved enough based on the first round of review comments.It would be seldom for reviewers to be invited for the third round of peer review. However, this would happen if the manuscript is not revised thoroughly while reviewers would like to read the revised version again.
The confidentiality of the manuscript content should be kept strictly by the reviewers.SCIEPublish journals operate blind peer review. Reviewers should be careful not to reveal their identity to the authors. SCIEPublish journals offer authors the possibility to publish review reports with their paper and for reviewers to sign their open review reports, however this will only be done at publication with your express permission. If this is the case, it will be noted in the message inviting you to review. In all other cases, review reports are considered confidential and will only be disclosed with the explicit permission of the reviewer.