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10 Ways to reduce the word count of your research paper

Editage Insights | Feb 15, 2016 | 80,252 views

As an author, it is quite difficult to write concisely. After all, you have so much to say! But when submitting your manuscript to a journal, you must ensure that you meet the required word count. Let us look at some areas you can focus on to keep your manuscript concise. 

Do you use any other techniques to reduce wordiness in your manuscript? Share your tips with us in the comment box below.

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