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How Do journal Review Your Manuscript?

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Erica your presenter for the day today I will be discussing with you few tips and tricks of getting published in a CI or Scopus Germans as we all know that PhD is not an easy journey it is not an easy task for you scholars to get passed through the screaming stages and finally reach the stage of acceptance of your paper and finally getting your paper published.

I were able to view the presentation okay so let’s start with the discussion folder if you follow the trends till now you will be astonished and we will be knowing the fact that competition today have increased in the in the series of paper publishing you may notice that universities have made it a prerequisite for publishing your paper as a PhD award so even after conducting an in-depth discussion or in-depth paper you feel you can face rejections because editors screen do rigorous screening of your paper here with this webinar I will be telling you few pointers to mark on or to make a note of so that you can avoid those unnecessary objections by the editors all the reviewers and move ahead towards paper publishing also I would like you to make a note and consider this point that this team you I would like to tell you all you attendees, if your research is contributing to the area of your research if it is not adhering to the area of you research then these tips will be of no use to it so with this webinar the points you will be taking out will be first how do sci journal review your manuscript basically we will be discussing that what all things a reviewer make a note or checks by reviewing your manuscript what all pointers they check in your paper and why the sci journal reject so many manuscripts and with this discussion you will be getting our points that what all tips you should follow so that you can avoid those rejection which our reviewer Mark can mark on your paper okay and later on I will be telling you how you can locate a sci journal for yourself and also with this webinar we will be giving you some take aways that that will be that we will be giving you a list of focus index sci journal from different domains which you can review and we will be sending the list to all you or all you are or you attendees to your communication address and for that you can drop us an email other email IB PhD help at with your correspondence correspondence address and details so that our team members can call it here with the list ahead also we will be giving you an additional benefit which you might be you may be getting an idea of at the end of the presentation you so moving ahead with the presentation the first point which we were we were discussing was that how do sci journal review your manuscript like what are points they are making out while reviewing your paper with this I would like to tell you that one of the astonishing fact that is out of ten submissions that are made to a sci journal only one pass through the screening stages and reach the final stage of paper publishing now here a question arise why so much rejection why only one paper has reached the final stage of submission this is because the number of submissions is very high if you see from the past trends you will notice that the competition has increased a lot and the statistics show that the number of submissions is very large as compared to the number of papers which passes through the screening and finally gets published so you have to face a lot of competition in your journey of PhD paper, through the final submission stage you have to face a lot many hurdles let us move ahead by discussing those stages which you might be facing during your review process the review process of a sci journal involves screaming at first three stages these first three stages can also be called initial screaming or desk screening stages the stage 1 2 & 3 in these three stages your paper gets reviewed by junior editor or you can also call the attendees sorry assistants the stage 2 involves review by sub editors and the stage 3 by the review of chief editors or the editor-in-chief and you might be astonished of the fact that almost 80% of the submissions get rejected at these three stages only and are unable to reach the stage of peer review which I can understand can be a huge disappointment for you scholars so you have to be extra careful and after if you are lucky enough to reach the stage of peer review you finally get your result or your decision of acceptance and paper publishing now I would like to tell you one more thing that if you see every sci journal has their editor-in-chief, finally get accepted to be published with a head with the stage wise distribution of desk rejections the spider depicts that almost 44 percent of the submissions get rejected at the stage one which was a review by junior editor or the assistant assistants and remaining 30 percent at the stage truth which is by the review of some editors and last are those and relieving which are getting rejected by the editor-in-chief or the chief editors so this was the data analysis for the stage wise distribution of desk rejections moving ahead.

If your manuscript is not in line with the scope of the sci journal or the paper you are submitting then it will be of no use and moving ahead that if the language you are using paper is having errors grammatical errors or other editorial errors then it will be rejected then in there only those junior editors will be also checking that if your paper is adhering to the formatting guidelines of the sci journal in which you are making a submission later on they will be checking a pleasure ISM whether your paper is plagiarized

Scopus index sci journal and your communication address so let us continue with the presentation the people at the point of a peer review stage peer review basically is done by three different ways it can be a single blinded double blinded and open peer review by single blind blind a peer review I mean to say that you authors are unaware of the reviewer like you do not know that the above the reviewer knows that who is the author of the paper and the second one is double double blind in this both the author and the reviewer are unaware of each other like neither the new reviewer knows who is the writer of the paper and nor you author’s know about the reviewer that who is reviewing or checking your paper fine the other one is open peer review open peer review means both you the authors and the reviewers know about each other so here basically the criteria which is taken that minimum of two experts choose it for reviewing your paper and once they are through with it they submit they reserves their recommendations their comments about your submission to the sci journal for further results so you should be careful in this also because there are almost twenty percent chances of a paper getting rejected at this stage you need now comes the final decision like you have cleared all the stages of your screening and finally you have reached a stage of your this and now the decision can be of different different types it can be first acceptance without any changes here it is like your paper is extraordinarily good it means that it has no grammatical errors no editorial issues the school present line of the sci journal the formatting guidelines you are falling and frankly speaking this will be a rare chance that your paper is accepted by a sci journal without requirement of any revision so coming next to the result it can be acceptance with minor revision this is also acceptance of the paper by the sci journal but the sci journal has asked you to make certain revisions in your paper and then it will be published next come the point of acceptance with major revisions with this point I like to tell you that it is a kind of conditional acceptance which comes with an if clause that the sci journal has mark a point that if all these revisions are done in your paper then only it will be submitted for publishing or if there is any error in this then you will be required to do revisions again the next result can be revise and resubmit here the result means that your paper is asked for certain revisions it is a kind of conditional rejection by the sci journal that all these revisions are required in your paper and if these revisions are up to the mark or adhering to the guidelines of the sci journal then only your paper will be submitted for publishing and the last one is the anti-rejection where your paper is not considered at all so in the head after this here I would like to show you with a video with the why the sci journal reject so many manuscripts x-point which we will be discussing is why do sci journal reject so many manuscripts basically what is the reason behind there’s so many stories rigorous rejection and sooo rigorous screaming by the reviewers here I willing to add that as we have already discussed in the beginning of the presentation that competition is pretty intense so that we can avoid those basic rejections first point which overuse callers can keep in mind that you should follow your editor here what I mean is that first before starting with your manuscript you can take a look with the articles of the sci journal you are targeting you can have a look of the articles by this you will be getting an idea of the guidelines which is your sci journal your target sci journalist and heading to the formatting guidelines other the other things which your target sci journal is adhering to and after that you can also go ahead with taking one of the research papers one of the articles of your editor as a base paper it can be very helpful to you in a way that it can create the interest of the editor in your paper it can increase his interest so it can also be increasing your chances of accepting paper exceptions next comes a point of formatting which is the editorial part as this is the basic point which can hate the rejection at stage 1 itself so you should be careful while making the manuscript like you should be careful of the formatting guidelines which your sci journal is targeting which your sci journal is providing you so it is very important to read understand and follow the submission guidelines of your target sci journal as this can lead to 40% of rejection at stage 1 itself so be very careful by preparing your manuscript here I can give you an example of a sci journal that by on certain biome central in this web portal they are listing out the formatting guidelines which you should follow the manuscript takes illustrations figures which should be how it can be presented so also I am providing you with the link below which you can see for the biome section next comes the point of ethical compliance or plagiarism here I have already discussed that.

Plagiarism is a big thing – you should totally evolve avoid this because at the initial screening the 30% failure of submission is due to the pleasure ISM or the ethical compliance so it should top your list to make a check that your paper is not plagiarized the tips you can follow here is that you should not make multiple submissions of your paper for this I can explain you that for example you have prepared a paper and you have given it two to three sci journal for submission for simultaneous submission which can be which should be avoided as it can heat rejection also you should take care that if your paper is previously published either in partly or fringe unless you’re making expansion of the work concerns of your previous work you should not submit your manuscript for submission for publication next is the point that you should not fabricate or manipulate the data to support your conclusions also you should refrain from the practice of salami slicing here comes the question what does salami slicing salami slicing is basically I can explain you this with an example that if you have chosen a topic or ad or you have taken a research or article which is very vast and you what you do is your scholars divide it into three or more arts and with three or those chunks you are preparing to three June 2007 for publication which is a big note you should avoid that after that you can you should also obtain, valid it should be adhering to the research you are giving so presentation failure to present any of the visual factors in an inappropriate manner can lead to rejection the tips you can follow here is that you should follow the guidelines outlined in your target sci journal about the inclusion of the figures images the tables the clarity of the images used should be good and you should refrain from copy pasting the data from directly from the internet okay the numbering the bullets should be formatting size should be very clear and it is it should be very in a good manner Here I am giving you an example of a picture which is not very clear it is of very low for clarity so you can also take a better alternative for for that so that your image is clear and pictorial data is presented in a good manner next comes a point of language edit statistics of if you see the statistics off else for your sci journal it will reveal that over 55% of the articles submitted to the Ellesmere are rejected even at the first stage because of the language errors the grammatical errors or the other editorial errors so you should be very careful in that because this can lead to rejection at any of the stage one two and three screaming the tips you can follow here is that your quality of writing of manuscript should be good as the reviewers here prefer high quality writing in their manuscripts the clarity of the terms should be there and you should use a fresh perspective while submitting your while preparing your manuscript and if none of this works you can take help from a professional copy editing phone you can also take help from us for that if you want help in any of your stage you can email a stage of your PhD sci journal you can email us at PhD help at five victor calm we will helping you out for this Here I am depicting an example of a text which is mentioned and after around one check you can see that the highlighted parts the basic grammatical errors which are highlighted whether the letter is in uppercase, if we can we can also say that a cover letter is like a marketing tool so it should be very clear it should convince your editor it should be detecting the things which are you are trying to depict in your research so you should not copy paste the data directly also the scholars make a mistake here what they do is they use a same cover letter for submission in 2-3 sci journal what they do is once the paper get rejected they use the same cover letter for submitting their paper second time to another sci journal and in this they make a very silly mistake they forget to change the name of the sci journal and make other changes which can make which can give a very bad impact on the editor so you should follow that next I will be telling you what all you can include in a cover letter what are points you should make a note for this first you should write the editor means if it is known to you and the name of the sci journal in which you are targeting then you can mention the manuscript title the submission date and the article type also a brief background of your study should be given in it and with basic details like the research question the overview of the methodology the findings confusions in your later also other disclosures and statements if required by the sci journal you should mention that in your cover letter moving ahead I will be telling you that what are points you should avoid by adding in your cover letter you should not use jargon or acronyms in your cover letter it is it is not a good it does not give a good impact to the editor also you should avoid adding humor to it because it can go in a negative way the if you you should also avoid exaggeration of your findings in your paper in your cover letter Here I am you can see an example of a poor cover letter on your screens where the details are not mentioned properly the background the overview is not given in a good manner and now comes an example of a good cover letter in which the name of the editor is mentioned the name of the sci journal is mentioned date properly mentioned and the overview is given other mining details are also taken care of in this you can go through, also in a brief manner the findings are mentioned and it is a good example to react swiftly now comes the point of presentation of your results how you should present the results the conclusion of your research if we see here we we all know that the chief editors or the editor-in-chief’s do not have much time they have a limited time to review your manuscript so they might not be giving detailed reading to your submission so for this you should make it easier for the editor so by presenting your conclusions in an apt manner in a logical way so that any non-adherence here can you read 200 rejection the tips here you can’t have it like you should more not mention your results in a standard manner you can have a comparative study of your results so that it is easy for your reviewer to go through here we can have an example which I have taken is I have taken a target union of eligible and two cases I can give you in which the first case the base people taken is of I Triple E transaction paper and in another case I am taking the base paper of my target sci journal only and in case one the results mentioned by the scholar is standard results and in case two a comparative study is shown so is shown which is which might increase the interest and which reduces the chance of rejection by the editor next come the point of or how you can look for alternative sci journal so far we have discussed the point so that your submission becomes superb that how you can avoid those minut details minut mistakes which are done now let us come to the fact that and except that if our research is average and we know it then what will we do how to target a sci journal and get our paper published then also what an alternative we can do is here draw the day focusing on top 15 sci journal what we can do is we can focus on the top 50 sci journal here I mean to say that rather than focusing on 50/50 sci journal it will give you high competition and if you are focusing you are trying to focus on the top 50 sci journal they will be less hassle the sci journal will still be an STI or Scopus sci journal so there is not a problem if you target the top 50 sci journal rather than being in top 15 because being in PLoS 50 might increase your chance of getting paper rejected so you can also target those among any of the sci journal among those top 50 as this will increase your acceptance rate by 30% so how can you locate your sci journal starting with searching for sen SSCI sci journal SEI and exist for sen seca sci journal you can go to the website which i have mentioned here for the Clarabelle calm here you will be getting a list of sci journal on science Citation Index social science Citation Index which is your SSCI sci journal and arts and humanities Citation Index you can search for the sci journal by using this website alternatively you can also download the entire list of SCA or SSDI sci journal as well for which I have mentioned the links below which is the for the HDI sci journal separately for the SSDI sci journal and for also for the Arts and Humanities Citation Index sci journal you can directly copy this link and download a list of entire list of the sci journal moving ahead for how to search a sci journal pertaining to your subject category for that go to the same side of a limit calm and from this there you where you can see a point here of sci journal list below the search option here you can select the science Citation Index expanded on clicking on this you will be having a list where you can select your subject category and from that you can select a article for you on clicking on that point you will be getting four options the first will be to how to find a specific sci journal by a title title words or is SM the second option will give you all list of sci journal the third will be providing you with the list of sci journal covered in a specific category and the last option will mean giving you a list of sci journal coverage changes moving ahead with how you can locate your sci journal in scopus sci journal till now we are done with sei and SSE our sci journal now I will be telling you that how can you locate your sci journal for Scopus sci journal searching for sci journal you can for example you can take the scope as is elsewhere abstract and citation database it covers over 38,000 titles from about eleven thousand five hundred plus publishers from different kind of things like life science physical science health science and many others it covers three types of sources which can be book series sci journal and trade sci journal.

Scopus gives different quality of measures however the side score is also mentioned here which you can refer and a sci journal with a high side score will have a higher impact so wrapping up ahead we have discussed how we can search out for list of sci journal in s CI and SSCI sci journal then we have discussed how we can search out for sci journal in scopus index and how you can search on the side and search a paper for yourself and also I would like to tell you that the list we will be providing you with a list of Scopus indexed sci journal from different domains by and you might have standard your communication address other email box PhD help at five intercom a team members will be sending you a list of focus index sci journal from different domains through image so it’s opposite thank you.

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