How long does it take for a paper to be reviewed?
Normally, a peer review takes me 1 or 2 days, including reading the supporting information. I almost always do it in one sitting, anything from 1 to 5 hours depending on the length of the paper. In my experience, the submission deadline for reviews usually ranges between 3 working days to up to 3 weeks.
What is minor revision?
Minor revision usually implies that the reviewers (and the editor) think that authors can correct the paper in a way that will address all of the concerns, and the reviewers not need to see the paper again before publication.
What happens after peer review?
Following peer review, if a manuscript is accepted, it then undergoes proof development and a review process prior to publication. This process is often tedious as it requires careful review of the publication-ready version of your manuscript. If you miss anything here, it may be difficult to correct!
What are the steps of peer review?
The peer review processSubmission of Paper. The corresponding or submitting author submits the paper to the journal. Editorial Office Assessment. Appraisal by the Editor-in-Chief (EIC) EIC Assigns an Associate Editor (AE) Invitation to Reviewers. Response to Invitations. Review is Conducted. Journal Evaluates the Reviews.
How effective is peer review?
Peer review is perceived as one of the mainstays of scientific publishing. Papers that undergo the peer review process are generally considered to be of high quality since they are scrutinized by experts before publication.