Review of Journal Manuscript

High-impact journals seek niche manuscript that contributes to the existing knowledge base in that specific field of study. A well-written journal manuscript should include unbiased opinions, well-convinced arguments, and a news-breaking result. Despite containing these elements, not all manuscripts qualify through the publishing process. Top reasons for manuscript rejection include:

  • The crucial research question is not addressed aptly
  • Chosen topic isn’t unique and original
  • Conclusion section is not consistent
  • Manuscript does not advance the field of study
  • There exists plenty of jargon & language errors
  • Manuscript does not include suitable tables, figures, etc.

Top ‘4’ characteristics of quality manuscripts

Clear research question

Hypothesis or research question must be stated explicitly and must be guided by a theoretical framework.

Well-described research methods

Approach used for data collection, variable measurement, etc. must be described appropriately.

Inclusion of purpose

Purpose and reasons for choosing the specific topic must be explained thoroughly.

Technical accuracy

The technical or scientific terms included should be accurate and readable.

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After investing months together in crafting a manuscript, owing to different reasons you wouldn’t want your manuscript rejected by the publication. Increase the chance of journal acceptance by receiving unvarnished opinions from experts.

Evaluation of crucial elements

We scrutinise for major elements in the manuscript and ensure they are valuable. This includes checking for research questions, tables, figures, results, etc.

Easy-to-follow feedback

After evaluating the manuscript, our subject-matter experts & consultants provide you with a detailed and easy-to-follow constructive feedback report.

Suggestions for improvement

Besides feedback, our experts also provide suggestions to eliminate errors and improve the overall quality of your manuscript.

Check for writing ethics

Our team checks for language errors, technical accuracy, repetition of ideas or sentences, jargon and non-academic words.