Frequently Asked Questions:
- Can I submit an abstract?
The journal publishes full research papers. So only full paper submission should be considered for possible publication. Papers with insufficient content may be rejected as well, make sure your paper is sufficient enough to be published.
- Should I revise the paper as your journal template before submission?
Yes. You’re supposed to format your paper first by following the paper template before submission. If not, extra charges might be made for formating paper.
- Does your journal provide English language support? Will the editors help to revise the paper if my English writing is not good enough?
Manuscripts that are accepted for publication will be checked by our editors for spelling and formal style. This may not be sufficient if English is not your native language and substantial editing would be required. In that case, you may want to have your manuscript edited by a native speaker prior to submission. A clear and concise language will help editors and reviewers concentrate on the scientific content of your paper and thus smooth the peer review process.
- What is the impact factor of your journal?
Today SNSSPU is calculating its own Impact Factor by applying Thomson Reuters' algorithm based on Google Scholar's citation counts. 5 Year Journal Impact Factor was established by dividing the number of articles published since 2010 with the number of times they are cited during 2014-2018 based on Google Scholar Citation Index database. If 'X' is the total number of articles published until 2018, and 'Y' is the number of times these articles were cited in indexed journals since 2014 then, journal impact factor = Y/X
- How much is the Article Processing Charge?
Article processing charge for papers prepared according to SNSSPU template before submission is: 1 € per page. If not, extra charges might be made for formating paper.
- Who is responsible for making or arranging the payment?
As the corresponding author of the manuscript you are responsible for making or arranging the payment (for instance, via your institution) upon editorial acceptance of the manuscript.
- When and how do I pay?
Upon editorial acceptance of an article, the corresponding author (you) will be notified that payment is due. The payment can be made via bankwire, Paypal, Western Union, or local banks. We advise prompt payment as we are unable to publish accepted articles until payment has been received.
Note: If you belong to Cuba, Iran, Syria, Lybia, Turkey, Nigeria, United Arab Emirates and Chile then you can ask for country representative account in your country for online transfer or direct deposit into bank account.
- Will my article be reviewed?
Peer review exists to ensure that journals publish good science. This benefits the entire scientific community. Sometimes scientists find the peer review process intimidating because it can lead to the rejection of their manuscript. Keep in mind that revisions and improvement are part of the publication process and actually help raise the quality of your manuscript. Peer review is an integral part of scientific publishing that confirms the validity of the science reported. Peer reviewers are experts who volunteer their time to help improve the journal manuscripts they review-they offer authors free advice.
- How is the peer-review process going?
The complete review process is expected to take maximum of 11 working days after submission but can take longer depending on the number of papers currently in review. Authors can expect to hear from the journal's editor 4 notifications.
Step 1: The completed manuscript in a soft copy (.doc or .docx) format should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org or by online manuscript submission.
Step 2: Papers will be checked for basic requirements: 1 - Fitting the journal's aims and scopes. 2 - Having minimum acceptable quality. 3 - Compliance with the journal's instructions for authors. The manuscript is then submitted to for review to two reviewers considered to have the expertise in the subject area of the manuscript for a careful dispassionate review. The identity of the authors and their institutional affiliations will be concealed from the reviewers (Blind Peer Review).
Step 3: Reviewers will review the paper for scientific content, relevance, timeliness, and value to the readership. The manuscript will be adjudged into one of four categories: 1) accepted for publication 2) accepted with minor modifications, 3) accepted with major modifications and 4) not accepted. The results of the review will be transmission to the authors.
Step 4: If required, authors are to modify the manuscript in light of the reviewers' comments and suggestions and resubmit the manuscript.
Step 5: Authors will be asked to complete their registration (Sending payment proof).
Step 6: Papers will be prepared for publication by publications department according to journal's criteria.
Step 7: Papers will be published in print issue as well as archived in journal's web-site and other international scientometric databases and repositories.