• Mario Burgani

How To Get Your Paper Accepted In The Right Scientific Journal

Updated: Jun 19

As scientists, we are evaluated by our publications. If you have conducted a beautiful research project, but it is not out there it may as well not have existed.

This reality brings with it a rush to publish in the best, most appropriate #scientificjournals, making it harder to get accepted because of the enormous amount of manuscripts reaching the editors of respected scientific journals.

We know that a correct presentation of our work is almost as important as the work itself, and today many journals reject papers automatically for not being written in coherent English.

So, obviously, the first step in any manuscript submission is #proofreading. But that is far from being enough. If you want your paper to make a strong impression, increase the chances of getting accepted, and, most importantly , convey your message clearly and accurately, you need it to be eloquent, concise, and elegant. On top of that, your manuscript needs to be compatible with the journal requirements while maintaining your unique style. That, in a nutshell, is the art of writing a paper.

While proofreading and #Englishediting are vital for submission, scientific editing is required to bring the paper to a high level and make it stand out.

Scientific editing ensures that the content of your paper and your unique style remain intact while refining, clarifying, and polishing the text to highlight your message.

From my experience, a high-quality scientific editing service is a delicate balance between conserving the essence while making sure the writing is coherent and elegant, and the paper is easy to follow and pleasant to read.

If you feel that your paper has a strong message but you struggle to convey it; if your manuscript feels cluttered and messy, or you simply think it is not as elegant, flowing, and clear as you would like it to be, you are welcome to browse my website editingmanuscripts.com or contact me miri@editingmanuscripts.com

Editing Scientific Papers To Get Accepted In High IF Journals
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