Peer review is a process by which experts in a particular field evaluate the work of other experts in the same field. This process is essential for ensuring the quality of scholarly research, as it helps to identify and correct errors, improve the clarity and presentation of research, and ensure that research is original and significant.

The peer review policy for "Zealous & Energetic Scholarly Texts" should be designed to ensure that all submissions are evaluated by qualified and impartial reviewers, and that the review process is fair and transparent.

Reviewer selection

Reviewers should be selected on the basis of their expertise in the field of the submission. They should be active researchers with a good publication record, and they should be free of any conflicts of interest.

Review process

Reviewers should be given clear instructions on what to look for in their reviews. They should assess the submission on the following criteria:

  • Originality: Is the research original and does it make a significant contribution to the field?
  • Accuracy: Is the research well-conducted and are the conclusions supported by the evidence?
  • Clarity: Is the writing clear and concise?
  • Significance: Is the research important and does it have implications for future research or practice?

Reviewers should provide detailed feedback to the authors, including specific suggestions for improvement.

Editorial decision

The editors of "Zealous & Energetic Scholarly Texts" will make a final decision on all submissions based on the reviewer feedback. The editors may decide to accept the submission as is, request revisions, or reject the submission.


The editors of "Zealous & Energetic Scholarly Texts" are committed to transparency in the peer review process. The journal publishes the names of all reviewers on the journal website, and authors are given the opportunity to see their reviews and respond to them.

Additional considerations

The peer review policy for "Zealous & Energetic Scholarly Texts" should also take into account the following considerations:

  • Diversity: The journal should strive to select a diverse pool of reviewers, including reviewers from different countries, institutions, and backgrounds.
  • Timeliness: The review process should be completed in a timely manner, so that authors can receive feedback and make revisions to their submissions as needed.
  • Confidentiality: The confidentiality of all submissions should be maintained throughout the peer review process.