How do you cite a publication under review?
The most obvious solution is, don’t cite it at all. This avoids any problems. If it is your own paper, citing it as “in review” or “submitted” is generally not acceptable, since there is no guarantee that it will be accepted, or that it will be published in a specific journal.
What does it mean when a paper is under review?
For most journals, the status “under review” is used to indicate that the paper has cleared the editorial check and has been sent for external review. If there is no change for more than a few weeks, politely write to the journal editor asking about the status of your submission.
How long does it take to review a manuscript?
The time it takes for a journal to get the review process completed varies across journals and fields. While some take a month or two, others can take up to 6 months or more. As you have correctly observed, Statistics/Mathematics journals usually take a longer time, and may at times, take even up to a year to complete.
How do you format a publication on a CV?
How to list publications on a resumeAuthor’s Last name, Author’s First and Middle names or Initials. Title of article/chapter + Name of journal/magazine/website etc.Year of publication. Publishers or Issue number + Volume number + (if applicable) Page numbers. Remember to include the URL if the publication is online.
Is declaration necessary in CV?
A resume declaration is necessary for situations listed above but the times have changed and so is the resume writing style. Secondly, a resume in itself is a declaration. It is expected out of you to put only 100% true information in the document.