Reviewing is a time-intensive process – writing a review report can be almost as much work as writing a manuscript! – but it is very worthwhile for the reviewer as well as for the community.


Some use full guideline for Reviewers:


• Ensure the rigorous standards of the scientific process by taking part in the peer-review system.

• Uphold the integrity of the journal by identifying invalid research, and helping to maintain the quality of the             journal.

• Fulfill a sense of obligation to the community and their own area of research.

• Establish relationships with reputable colleagues and their affiliated journals, and increase their opportunities to     join an Editorial Board.

• Reciprocate professional courtesy, as authors and reviewers are often interchangeable roles – as reviewer,             researchers ‘repay’ the same courtesy they receive as authors.