Paper Submission Guide

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Paper Submission Guide MS-Word or  PDF

Paper Template   MS-Word

Title Page Template   MS-Word

LaTeX: Paper Template, TitlePage Template (Only for Journal of Mathematics Research & International Journal of Statistics and Probability)

Competing Interests Statement  MS-Word (All submissions to biomed journals shall include the Competing Interests Statement)

Tutorial for Creating an Account    WWW

Tutorial for Online Submission     WWW

Manuscript Selection

The Canadian Center of Science and Education (CCSE) has developed a manuscript-selection system called the Star System for Journal Quality. Please see the workflow for the article publication: 

Workflow for the Article Publication

Step 1: Basic Check

The editor or editorial assistant checks a received manuscript to determine whether it fits the journal’s aim and scope. Manuscripts out of the journal’s scope are rejected. Articles published fully or partly in other publications/websites are not reviewed or accepted.

Step 2: Similarity Check

Please be aware that we check all submitted manuscripts for plagiarism. We use CrossCheck (powered by iThenticate, the leading plagiarism-detection system) to check for similarity to previously published documents. All manuscripts containing plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, and dishonesty are rejected.

Step 3: Peer Review

We use a double-blind system for peer review; both reviewers’ and authors' identities remain anonymous. The submitted manuscript is peer reviewed by at least one expert. In some rare cases, according to the recommendations from editors and reviewers, a second round of peer review may be initiated. Please see a sample of Result of Review.

Step 4: Acceptance/Rejection Decision

The decision to accept an article is based on the average score given by reviewers. The reviewers grade a submitted manuscript on a scale of 1 to 5. To be accepted for publication, the manuscript must obtain an average score not less than 2.5 (some journals require a higher score). However, we may reject a manuscript with a score higher than 2.5 when an editor or reviewer thinks it is not suitable for publication.


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