Frequently Asked Questions

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Q1: Are the SciEP journals peer-reviewed?

A1: All articles accepted by SciEP journals would be peer-reviewed before published.

Q2: How long will it take to peer review my manuscript?

A2: We aim to provide a service that is faster than traditional journals, without compromising the quality of the peer review process. The peer review process will be done in one month or less for most manuscripts.

Q3: Can I submit my manuscript to SciEP journals even though it has been published elsewhere?

A3: No. SciEP journals only accept original articles, that is to say, manuscripts already published would be rejected. But if you have other unpublished manuscripts, you can submit them to our journals.

Q4: When should I submit my papers? Are there any deadlines?

A4: There is no deadline for paper submission, so you can submit your manuscript at anytime. As long as the submitted paper is accepted and peer-reviewed successfully, it would be published in the upcoming issue.

Q5: Does SciEP provide a template for preparing a manuscript?

A5: Yes, for your convenience SciEP has developed a template to help you prepare your manuscript. Click here to download the template.

Q6: How can I find out the status of my journal manuscript?

A6: For all of our journals the corresponding author can track the article online. Article Tracking will guide you through the seven stages from the moment your article has been accepted until it is published. Please log in to your personal account to start tracking your articles.

Q7: Which type of file format do you accept?

A7: At present, Manuscripts must be in Microsoft Word format (word 2003 or higher) only.

Q8: How do I submit my manuscript?

A8: You can submit your manuscript through our online submission system located at ( Through the online submission, authors can easily check the status of their submission. Papers are easier to track, amend, and update. Submissions sent via email will not be accepted.

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