6 Tips That Will Save You From Journal Rejection

In scholarly publishing, the most crucial time for authors is when they have submitted their manuscript to a journal and are awaiting the response of acceptance. However, journal rejection is a constant problem faced by researchers when they submit their articles to be published in a journal. Such instances can be very discouraging to authors who usually spend many years planning their research, securing research funding, compiling and analyzing the data, and making sound conclusions that would benefit their readers. Therefore, before submitting their paper to a journal, the author must always check some background information about the journal. Understanding the most common reasons for rejection will help ensure that their manuscript receives a thorough review so that they can address any questions and concerns and resubmit. In this infographic, we provide some useful tips to help authors better their chances at getting published.

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