General Guidelines;

The article should be written between approximately 4000-6000 words including body text, all tables, figures, notes, and the reference list. The article should be written in word document (MS word), 1,5 space, and Cambria style. Paper should be in prepared in A4 paper (21cm x 29.7cm) using 2,54 cm for inside margin, 2,54 cm for outside margin, and 2,54 cm for top and bottom.  No need to alter page number in this template as the page number will be reordered at preprinting process.

Authors are suggested to present their articles in the section structure: Introduction - Method - Results and Discussion - Conclusion - Acknowledgement - Bibliography.

Organization and citation of the bibliography are made in American Psychological Association 7th.


The title is written in short, a maximum of fifteen words, and no subtitles are allowed.


Write the full names of all authors without titles, affiliations, email addresses, and correspondence WhatsApp numbers. Please put (*) for correspondence email.


The abstract is written in English, containing elements of the purpose of writing, methods, and results. Written between 200-250 characters with the formation of one paragraph that includes all of these elements.


The introduction is a background problem that describes academic anxiety, the irrelevant between ideality and reality, theoretical and applicable. In the background of the problem, the author must explain the latest research relevant to the topic to be discussed along with references. Then, in this sub, the author can define the position and significance of the writing to be addressed with research that is still relevant before.


The writing method must include the approach and type, population and sample, data and data sources, data collection techniques, and data analysis.

Result and Discussion;

The discussion results from a research study with a theoretical analysis formulation used with predetermined problems and data. Authors are required to explain the theoretical framework used and primary/secondary references. Theories are operational and relevant to explain the problematics under study. Then the author describes the thesis and findings from the discussion results that are systematic, scientific, and factual and can provide scientific contributions.


The conclusion is the result of descriptive-interpretative writing. It is not allowed to re-quote the results of the discussion.


authors can indicate the source of funding or assistance received in carrying out the author's study/writing to be published. The author can include literary appreciation to the institution that helps the author publish the article (If there is).


All bibliography results in the article text must use primary references for the last ten years. All sources cited in the text must be included in the Reference list. The journal uses the APA citation style. Please check the American Psychological Association (7th. ed.) or Authors are strongly urged to use a reference manager such as Mendeley to build their bibliography, saving the file in bib format.


Download Template