8 reasons why journals reject manuscripts

August 20, 2015 Helen Eassom

You’ve put a great deal of time and effort into your manuscript, so you want to make sure that it stands the best possible chance of getting accepted into the journal of your choice. However, too many manuscripts are rejected because of easy to avoid errors or oversights. This infographic from Editage Insights (used with permission) lists some of the most common reasons for rejection, and offers some quick tips on how you can avoid making these mistakes.

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Source: Editage
Source: Editage Insights

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Helen Eassom

Author Marketing, Wiley // Helen is a Marketing Coordinator working within the Author Marketing team for Wiley's Global Research division.

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