How To Write a Paper That Will Definitely Get Published

“Publish or Perish” is the most echoing mantra in the academic world. And true to its promise publication is important for getting a Ph.D. and for professors to get a tenure track. This is the cardinal rule in the research space. A scientific experiment holds no ground until it is written and published in a journal. Publication affords your research an audience in the scientific community worldwide. Research that is published is open to judgment and affirmation. It gets an honorable status and attributes the latest discovery to its authors. Research publication is a potent tool for communicating new findings to the general public.

In order to get your research published in prestigious journals, you must follow the guidelines for manuscript preparation. Be sure that the formatting adheres to what is required by the journal. Additionally, before sending your research works for publication, carefully analyze your work. Identify weaknesses if any. Figure out if there is any weakness in your argument because that will promote the reviewers to ask you to do more experiments or collect more data. Make sure you leave very little scope for criticism. This will ensure faster publication of your research work in top international journals. Be thorough with your work include any tiny detail that you think is pertinent. Tie up the loose ends and mention the future direction of this research. This may seem painstaking but it is worthwhile.

Make sure that your paper has a focused appeal. Be consistent with your hypothesis to the end. Additionally, back up your hypothesis with substantial data, or evidence. Word your research paper carefully. You want to write something that precise and accurate. However, make sure not to use complex sentences because that lowers the readability. You want to write for your audience so that they can enjoy the latest discovery you have made in your field of work. Before submitting your research paper for final submission makes sure to get feedback from an extra pair of eyes. No matter how perfect you feel your work is you may be surprised to get constructive criticism from others.

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Steffi Loreti

Dr. Steffi Loreti has earned her PhD in Social Psychology. She has taught history and sociology for over fifteen years and has published forty seven research papers in impact factor journals. She has seven years of hands-on experience in reviewing and editing dissertations, proposals and technical manuscripts. She has chaired over 100 dissertations in the past. She has been supporting scholars through her company named 24x7 Editing, which offers detailed proofreading, editing and formatting services.

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