Whether it is a doctoral submission or new research, academics face a number of challenges when submitting their work to journals, from complicated formatting and submission instructions to urgent deadlines. Our journal submission service has experts who are skilled in submitting papers to various international journals. When your manuscript is ready for submission, let us complete this tedious process on your behalf.
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- Upon receiving payment, we will send a confirmation email with your assignment details
- We will prepare a submission checklist based on your target journal requirements.
- We will also send all the necessary forms (such as authorship, copyright transfer form, etc.) on which your signatures are required, if any.
- Upon receiving all the necessary information from you, we complete the journal submission process—online or offline.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who is the corresponding author? Should it always be the first author mentioned in my manuscript?
The corresponding author is the one who is the primary point of contact for your manuscript. The journal editor corresponds with him during the submission process. The readers may also contact the corresponding author post-publication. It is not necessary that the corresponding author is always the first author of your manuscript. It can be any author in the author group who is prompt in responding to the journal or readers. For more information, please refer to the link https://www.elsevier.com/__data/promis_misc/JBMTauthor_declaration.doc
When can I expect a response from the journal once the journal submission is complete?
The journal ideally should send you an acknowledgement receipt for your submitted manuscript on the same day. The decision time taken for publication varies from journal to journal. Ideally, it should be within three months from the date of submission. Some journals have a faster peer-review process, in such a case you would receive a response within 2 to 4 weeks.
What are the usual reasons for rejection?
Manuscripts are usually rejected based on several reasons like aim and scope mismatch, quality of research, novelty of the study, plagiarism, inadequate data and techniques presented, insufficient sample size to support the findings, and also due to large volumes of manuscripts being received by the journal. This makes the journal unable to accommodate any further manuscripts for review.