- The background of the study;
- State of the art, relevant research to justify the novelty of the manuscript;
- Gap analysis, novelty statement;
- Hypothesis or problem statement (optional);
- Approach to resolve the problem; and
- The aim of the study.
- The method is written clearly, so then other researchers can replicate the experiment or research with the same result;
- Not only describe the definition of terms but also describe how to conduct the research;
- Describe the location, participant, research instrument, and data analysis;
- The data presented has been processed (not raw data) into a table or figure and given a supportive description which easy to follow.
- The result is related to the original questions or objectives outlined in the Introduction section.
- The author describes the result of the study as consistent with what other investigators have reported or there are any differences.
- The author provides interpretation scientifically for each of the results or findings presented.
- The author describes the implications of the research.
- The author describes the limitations of the research or drawbacks to the method or position.
- The author describes further need/areas for research or expansion of ideas.
- Answer the objectives of the research;
- Implication or recommendation (optional);
- Written in a paragraph, not in bullet/numbering.
*Using a reference manager like Mendeley, Zotero, EndNote, etc or not?
*Reference edition published 10 years or not?
*Are 80% of the references in this manuscript from scientific journals?