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Rapid technical review

Journals publish high-quality manuscripts. Such papers must not only be in the suitable format, but they must be scientifically accurate. It is precisely why a team of peer reviewers gothrough the articlebefore its publication.

Experienced reviewers are capable of noticing any issues that the paper may be having. Such cases might include; the use of the wrong methodology and insufficient data to generalize.

Once you allow our online reviewers to go through your paper, they will give comprehensive comments. Such comments will, in turn, help you in further improving the quality of your scientific paper.

Benefits of the Rapid Technical Review

Specific technical input

Our reviewers look at every angle of your research, including study design, reporting of methods, literature review, and data analysis.

Actionable recommendations that improve your manuscript

For every problem identified, our experts will recommend corrective action

Prioritized revisions

Our experts list their suggested revisions in order of importance, allowing you to focus on the most critical issues first.

Rapid response

Receive in-depth comments on your manuscript within five business days.

Frequently asked questions

What are the types of comments I can expect from the Rapid Technical Review?

Our experts comment on each section of the manuscript: Abstract, Introduction, Methods, Results and Discussion. We also comment on the appropriateness of the references cited. The experts assess the following factors in the different sections and you may expect comments related to these:

  • Study design/design of experiment
  • Significance of the results/research findings
  • Implications of the findings in comparison to available literature
  • Limitations of the study
  • Prospects of this research
  • Ethical adherence

Will you make revisions on my behalf?

The Rapid Technical Review service is modeled on the peer reviews provided by journals. Making revisions on your behalf is unfortunately not part of the scope of this service.