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381 Views 1 Reply Last post: Apr 4, 2018 2:09 AM by terencemall RSS
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Preview Questions

Recognizing the purpose of the preview is to ask questions of the reviewers, to get advice about your submission. And, I want to take advantage of the five questions allowed.

 

Unfortunately, as I am a newbie, not sure what questions to ask…

 

What kind of things should I be looking for?

 

Thanks for any help ahead of time.

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1. Apr 4, 2018 2:09 AM in response to: Mapman53
Re: Preview Questions

Hi

 

Here's the list of questions that I usually ask, when I'm heading to someone for a review:

 

 

  • Does the work fit the theme and the scope of the publishing aim?
  • Could the paper become of great interest to the readership?
  • Does the writing contribute to the subject in a certain area?
  • Do you consider the significance and the impact of the work (low or high)?

 

Actually, there are some tips on https://editorresources.taylorandfrancisgroup.com/ and http://essaywriting.ninja/ Editors and Publishers Room.

 

Regards,

Terence

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