Identifying previously published papers in your specific subject area is excellent evidence that your research topic is of interest to the audience of a particular journal, which will increase your chances of review., do not publish case reports.
Thus, it is essential to check the “Information for Authors” section of your target journal to determine the journal’s restrictions.
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Secondly, rejection is the biggest fear for researchers and students.Just like IJISRT, there are several paper publishing sites on internet; choosing just one from the list becomes quite a task because higher the competition, harder it is for you to pick the best from the options.You have to go through different paper publication sites in order to find that one website that provides you with all that you are looking for.Submitting a manuscript to an unsuitable journal is one of the most common mistakes made by authors, and both novice and seasoned researchers are capable of making this error.First-time authors or those who are branching out into broader research territories may be unfamiliar with the journals in the field.For example, the website indicates that the journal prioritizes laboratory and animal studies of new drugs and molecular targeted agents with the potential to lead to clinical trials.Other journals may have more broad criteria, and some indicate that they favor research that is of interest to a wide audience.It is also important to note restrictions related to word count.For example, if your manuscript is 7,000 words and the journal accepts papers no longer than 4000 words, a substantial revision will obviously be required.Episode 2: Writing Your Cover Letter - featuring interviews with Inorganic Chemistry Editor Richard Eisenberg, Macromolecules Editor Timothy Lodge, ACS Nano Associate Editors Paula Hammond and Jason Hafner.Episode 3: Selecting Peers to Suggest as Reviewers - featuring interviews with Inorganic Chemistry Editor Richard Eisenberg, Macromolecules Editor Timothy Lodge, ACS Nano Associate Editors Paula Hammond and Jason Hafner.