Submission Readiness Checklist

It is strongly advised that you evaluate your manuscript before submitting it using the Submission Readiness Checklist, an instrument that we designed to assist you to get the most out of the desk evaluation process. Submission Readiness Checklist includes Author Readiness Checklist and Manuscript Readiness Checklist, as listed below. Authors should download the checklist and include it along with the submitted manuscript.

Author Readiness Checklist

1. I have read the entire Author Information Pack.

2. My profile as a researcher is identifiable with ORCID. If not, you can register for free at the following link https://orcid.org/register.

3. I have registered as an author.

4. I agree to the Copyright and License policy and grant Veritas: Jurnal Teologi dan Pelayanan the right of first publication and distribution in electronic and print editions of the article simultaneously under CC BY-NC-SA 4.0.

5. I agree not to withdraw the manuscript arbitrarily without informing the editor, especially if the manuscript is being reviewed.

6. I agree to revise the assessed manuscript as could as possible following the peer review results within the specified deadline.

Manuscript Readiness Checklist

1. I ensure the manuscript is original, free from fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, duplication, and copyright infringement of data or content.

2. I ensure the manuscript has never been published or is not being considered in other journals.

3. I ensure the manuscript is a good fit for the journal's aim and scope.

4. I ensure the manuscript has been made following the given template.

5. Title: straightforward, informative, engaging, and represents the contents of the article.

6. Abstract: concise (100–250 words) and at least contain the problem, purpose, method, key findings, and research contributions.

8. Introduction: Informing the reader about the significance of the study or research, presenting substantial problems, gap analysis, and novelty approaches to fill the gaps that define the research objectives or thesis statement.

9. Method: Describes how research objectives are met using the proper instruments, techniques, and strategies. Are they appropriate, current, described clearly, and repeatable?

10. Results: According to the type of research method, results can include experimental or survey data or other quantitative and qualitative data types. Results can also be presented in readable tables and figures.

11. Discussion: an excellent discussion is written as a compelling and engaging discourse that reveals the research's contributions compared to previous studies.

12. Conclusion: a summary of the essential research findings that correspond to the objectives stated in the introduction.

13. References: should be accountable, with about 80% of the material from primary sources (reputable academic publications) and up to date (last ten years), and utilizing reference management tools, such as Mendeley.

Download the Submission Readiness Checklist.