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Author Guidelines

A. Introduction

The manuscript should be written in an understandable English language with the maximum length of 5000 words. The first line of every paragraph should be indented and all the content should use size 11, font Arial Hebrew Scholar.

The introduction must include the problem(s) of the study followed by the proof of the problem(s) and the strategies used or done to solve the problem(s) as well as the proof of the chosen strategies. Additionally, the author must not forget to obviously state the purpose or objective of the study and provide adequate background of the research with a minimum of two previous studies as well as some other relevant theoretical background to support the study. The study gap (what has been done and what hasn’t been done yet) should clearly explain why the author want to conduct the study and tell the importance of the study.


B. Method

The method section should describe about the study design, population and sample (or research participants of the study), the instrument used, as well as the technique of data collection and analysis. The description should be clear enough in order to allow readers to evaluate the validity and reliability of the study as well as reproduce the work.


C. Research Findings

The results section should summarize all of the collected data and the statistical analysis used in order to answer the problems mentioned in the introduction. The use of table(s) and figure(s) must be adjusted to APA 6th edition format as the example below. The name of the table title is written above (center), is in bold, and is written consequently (Table 1, Table2, etc). The author should start with introducing the table, inserting the table, and providing some explanation about the table content.






Table 1. Test Skill Self-Efficacy

Self Efficacy Level



Low (0-40)



Medium (41-70)



High (71-100)









The title of figure is put below the figure. However, all of the other rules on how to display and explain the table is also be applied in the figure.



Figure 1. University Students’ Self-efficacy in TOEFL skills



D. Discussion

The discussion section is the most important part of the content in the journal. It should elaborate and highlight the findings, particularly, in order to answer the proposed problem(s) in the introduction. The author must also discuss the similarity or deference of his/her findings with the previous study.  


E. Conclusion

In this section, the author should provide a summary of the findings and the implication(s) of the study which could be covered in the author’s suggestion.


F. Acknowledgment (if any)

            The author may acknowledge the funding bodies or other parties contributive to the study in this section.


G. References

Both in-text citation should be listed in the references section. The reference list must be arranged in alphabetical order by following the APA 6th edition style. In order to make sure the reference has been correctly written, the author could use re-cite from https://reciteworks.com/login

 Some examples are given below:

Creswell, J. W. (2014). Educational research: Planning, conducting, and evaluating quantitative and qualitative research (4th ed.). Boston: Pearson.

Mahyuddin, R., Elias, H., Cheong, L. S., Muhamad, M.


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