How long does it take to accept a journal article?

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How long does it take to accept a journal article?

How long does it take to accept a journal article?

3-4 weeks

How long does it take for an article to be peer reviewed?

within 80 days

Can you resubmit a rejected document?

There is nothing wrong with resubmitting to the same journal, even if the paper has been rejected without any encouragement to resubmit after revisions. Of course, you are free to submit it to another journal. The danger of submitting to the same journal is that you may end up with the same editor and reviewers.

What is a major revision?

A major review is a research project that creates a business case for change. In some cases, the purpose of the review is to develop and ensure the continued integrity of an existing record or records.

How long does it take to review PNAS?

More than 50% of direct submissions are rejected by the Editorial Board without further review, within two weeks on average. For articles sent to an editor and reviewers, the average time to receive a decision is 45 days. If accepted, authors publish their articles as soon as 4 weeks after acceptance.

How long does a PNAS review take?

45 days

Nature, Science, and PNAS are the three most prestigious general science journals, and Nature and Science are among the most influential journals overall, based on the journal Impact Factor (IF). The discipline-specific IFs of these journals vary widely, for example between 18 and 46 for Nature.

PNAS is the second most cited scientific journal, with more than 1.9 million cumulative citations between 2008 and 2018. In the mass media, PNAS has been variously described as "prestigious," "sedated ", "known" and "high impact".

What is considered a good impact factor?

In most fields, an impact factor of 10 or more is considered an excellent score, while 3 is marked as good and the average score is less than 1. This is a general rule of thumb. However, the wildcard to pay attention to is that impact factor and journal comparison are more effective in the same discipline.

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