You can also request this from the journal if you do not receive this.
Remember: continue to keep details of the manuscript and its review confidential after the review is completed.
Before You Read the Article Prepare an Outline Read over your notes.
Choose a statement that expresses the central purpose or thesis of your review.
Revising can even lead to a radical change in your central thesis.
NOTE: Prepared by University of Toronto Mississauga Library, Hazel Mc Callion Academic Learning Centre.
This format often has strict length limits, so some experimental details may not be published until the authors write a full .
Review Articles: Review Articles provide a comprehensive summary of research on a certain topic, and a perspective on the state of the field and where it is heading.
Be sure to ask your instructor which citation style to use.
For frequently used style guides consult Queen's University Library's Revise the First Draft Ideally, you should leave your first draft for a day or two before revising.