About Peer Review

Peer Review is a quality assessment check of the manuscript before it gets published and it is done by the other experts in the same discipline. These experts or independent researchers go through your manuscript to make sure that it is original, reliable and well-reasoned, and is ready for publication.

Benefits Of Getting Peer Review

Enhances Credibility

With the help of peer review, accidental blunders can be removed which can save your research from a lot of negative responses. It improves the effectiveness of the manuscript and makes it more credible too.

Gives Important Feedback

The feedback from the peer review helps in adding and working on the important areas. It also improves the quality of your manuscript before it gets published by suggesting the corrections.

Removes the Vagueness

It helps in making the manuscript concise and removing the vagueness, so that the research work makes more sense to the readers as well. It provides your research a multi-perspective by being thoroughly checked.

Common Types Of Peer Review

Peer Review is important for manuscripts and is designed in a way to improve the overall quality of the manuscript. There are different types of peer reviews having specific benefits.

Single Blind

In this review, the identity of the reviewer stays anonymous and the author of the manuscript does not who reviewed their manuscript.

  • Mostly used in science discipline
  • Reviewer stays as much honest as possible
  • No fear of getting author’s criticism
  • Review might get affected by author’s previous works
  • Reviewer might get biased
Double Blind

In the double blind peer review, both author and reviewer do not know about each other’s identities.

  • Commonly used in social science and humanities disciplines
  • Review remains unbiased
  • Review does not get affected by author’s previous works
  • Safety against getting unnecessary criticized from each other
  • Author’s identity might get revealed by the field of study or writing style
Open Peer Review

In open peer review, the identities of both the author and the reviewers are known by all the participants.

  • Number of journals who accept this type is less
  • Popularity of this review type among the readers is still unknown
  • Accountability of the work and review increases
  • Reviewers work much better because of their name reveal
  • Improved quality of the review as well as the manuscript

Key Features

Multiple Peer Reviewers

Reviewed by maximum of 3 professional reviewers

Short Waiting Period

Receive in-depth comments on your manuscript within 7 working days

Actionable Recommendations

For every problem identified, our experts will recommend corrective action.

Prioritized Revisions

List of suggested revisions in order of importance allowing you to focus on the most critical issues

Frequently Asked Questions

Peer review would be done by subject matter experts and academic editors.

As of now, we do not provide sample writings of your research. However, previous works as sample document are available on the website for you to view and get an understanding of the deliverable from our side.

We generally do not include plagiarism check or removal in the peer review service, however, if it is required by you, we can do the same. To generate a plagiarism report through WriteCheck, additional charges would be applicable

No, we do not provide a guarantee of acceptance of manuscript in journal after peer review. For guaranteed acceptance, additional charges would be applicable.

We would generally require 7-10 days to review a manuscript of maximum ~10,000 words.

Yes, you can contact your reviewers through our online platform called Rapid Collaborate.

Maximum of 3 reviewers would review a manuscript.

Now you can get a no obligation review of your manuscript by our expert team. Our team will advise you points of improvement for the manuscript which will increase chances of publication.