Q: What are the Open Access Journals are available in your Publishing group?
Ans: Please visit the mentioned link www.mathewsopenaccess.com to view the list of Journals that are available with us.
Q: How am I to submit my paper?
The candidate is required to send the paper to the individual email of each journal by visiting the concerned journal home page.
Q: When will my paper be published?
Ans: We publish the paper within 3 days after acceptance of the paper.
Q: How do I become peer-Reviewer to the Journal?
Q: Do Editor have to work continuously?
Ans: No, the editorial office will be helping you whenever required as we understand that you may be busy in other commitments.
Q: Whom do I have to contact at the Editorial office if I have any queries?
Q: What is the eligibility do I need to review a manuscript?
Ans: The reviewers are assigned by the Editors as per the research matching to the topic field of manuscript. Self registered peer reviewers must be having a few published papers in the field of interest they mentioned.
Q: Where do I have to submit the Review comments?
Ans: Please submit your review comments in the mentioned form and send us to respective email ID from which you have had received the Manuscript to review.
Q: Is there any limit to review papers?
Ans: No. You may review as many manuscripts you wish according to manuscript topic match your interest.
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