A quicker way to get peer review-like comments on your manuscript
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Most scientific journals reject four out of every five manuscripts they receive. Using our Rapid Technical Review service, you can get our expert panelists, all of whom have published peer-reviewed papers, to review your paper and provide constructive comments so that you can improve your manuscript BEFORE submission to the journal of your choice. The assessment process applied in the Editage Rapid Technical Review has been designed to closely resemble the peer review process undertaken at major high-impact journals and will maximize your chances of receiving favorable comments from the journal editorial team.
Having published and peer-reviewed papers in major journals, our experienced reviewer panel understands and will help you eliminate most major reasons for manuscript rejection. Unlike the long wait to hear from a journal after submission, the Editage expert will provide you with comprehensive comments within a rapid turnaround time, allowing you to revise your manuscript and still meet aggressive publication deadlines.
If you want our support to continue beyond Rapid Technical Review, select the Platinum Publication Support Pack for comprehensive publication support.
With our in-depth detailed peer review, we make it easy for you to get published, faster.
Section 1 - Largest MatchesHighlights on the manuscript to indicate text that is similar to previously published sources(by color and number) to allow you to quickly see & rectify the problem areas
Section 2 - CommentsAn overall similarity score for your manuscript (towards the end of the report). Lower the score, better it is for you.
Section 3 - Additional Resources‘Primary sources’ highlights sources to investigate for possible plagiarized text and reports the similarity index and the number of similars words for those specific sources…
What is Rapid Technical Review?
Does the pricing for Rapid Technical Review vary depending on the word count of my document?