edit your article before submission

Why you should edit your article before submission

More than a million research papers are published every year, and there is intense competition to get a place in a top journal. When you are preparing to submit an article to a journal, you try to make sure you have done anything you can to make your manuscript as good as possible. We can Read more about Why you should edit your article before submission[…]

journal rejection

Journal Rejections: How Common Are They?

Irrespective of the researcher’s scientific profession, it is very common to be rejected by journals. The acceptance and rejection rate of scientific journals is an important criterion for choosing a journal for submission. However, information on the acceptance (or rejection) rates of journals is rarely available. There are significant differences between different disciplines. For example, Read more about Journal Rejections: How Common Are They?[…]

abstract vs.introduction

Differences Between Abstract and Introduction of a Research Paper

The essential difference between abstract and introduction is that the abstract is a short summary of your entire study in this order: The objective of study, methods, results and conclusion. It shows the high points of your study plus a very brief background information.  The introduction, on the other hand contains only some elements of Read more about Differences Between Abstract and Introduction of a Research Paper[…]

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