What is submission of manuscript?
Submission of an article is understood to imply that the article is original and unpublished and is not being considered for publication elsewhere.
How do you prepare an article for submission?
How to Prepare a Journal Article for Publication
- Picking a Journal. To get a journal article published, you first need to work out where you will submit your work.
- Follow Journal Guidelines. All journals have publication guidelines.
- Editing Your Journal Article.
- Contextualize Your Journal Article.
- Revise and Resubmit.
What is the impact factor of Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics?
3.561Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics / Impact Factor (2020)
What is submission system?
A submission management system is a software system, also known as submission processing, that streamlines and eases out the collection, tracking and management of electronic submissions.
Why an article is written?
An article is a piece of writing written for a large audience. The main motive behind writing an article is that it should be published in either newspapers or magazines or journals so as to make some difference to the world. It may be the topics of interest of the writer or it may be related to some current issues.
Why is it important to read the journal instructions carefully?
Firstly, to well understand the journal’s aims and scope. This is basically an overview of the focus and ethos of the journal and therefore the kinds of articles it publishes.
What are the benefits of publishing a paper?
Common benefits of publishing paper:
- Improves writing skill.
- Helps in knowledge up-gradation.
- Keeps me updated.
- Teaches me about literature survey.
- Makes me happy.
- Creates a set of knowledge for others.
- Appreciate my work.
- Publicity to my work.
What is JPET?
The JPET is a new certification test to evaluate the Japanese language abilities for non-native Japanese speakers. Surugadai Gakuen, who have developed this new test, has carried out Japanese language education for foreigners, particularly those working or studying in Japanese, for 31 years.