You have burnt the night fuel for an important experiment and draft its results in your manuscript. You had taken every step to write your research paper according to the desired journal’s guidelines. But still, it got rejected?
Now what? Was your research a complete nonsense? Didn’t you conduct the experiment with care? Were there any loopholes in writing your research paper? All this and much more pervade your mind when journals your manuscript. And you doubt your capability as a researcher.
However, rejection of your medical manuscript is not the end. You can still submit your paper to the other journals. But, don’t submit your research paper to the other journals without making no changes in it; otherwise, you will bear rejection again and again.
So, what are the next steps to take after your manuscript gets rejected?
- Study the reasons behind the rejection of your manuscript. They journal editors state them clearly.
- Do not argue with the journal editors or peer reviewers.
- If you can’t understand how to incorporate the changes required in your manuscript, hire a competent and professional scientific writing services.
- If you make the changes on your own, get it proofread and edited by professional scientific editors.
- Submit the paper to another journal after revision.
NEVER SUBMIT YOUR PAPER TO ANOTHER JOURNAL WITHOUT TAKING THESE NECESSARY STEPS.
Good luck with your publication!