Getting your manuscript reviewed before you submit it for publication can increase the potential for acceptance.
A review also lets you address potential concerns before submission, possibly saving you valuable time in addressing peer reviewer’s recommendations later resulting in a shorter time to publication.
The review includes:
- Does the manuscript meet the needs and stated mission of the journal you intend to submit to?
- Does the structure and format meet the journal’s author guidelines?
- Is the focus of the manuscript clear?
- Is the introduction engaging and does it strongly establish significance?
- Does the “so what” message come across clear and strong?
- Is the manuscript well-organized?
- Are there grammatical errors or problems with sentence structure?
- Is there synthesis of information?
- Are style and language consistent with good writing?
You will receive a detailed summary of recommendations.
This is NOT a comprehensive edit. It does not include checking accuracy of information or statistical analysis. It does not include formatting of references. Minor line editing is included.