The most vital part of the research have published the questions and studies in your field. You need me to be more attentive and cautious on how other research papers are written: the format, the type of articles (quantitative studies versus qualitative ones, primary research, review of existing papers), the writing style, the subject matter, and the vocabulary. • Read academic journals related to your field of study. International Journal of Engineering Science and Computing http://ijesc.org • Search online for published research papers, conference papers, and journal articles. • Consult the professor for better suggestions in reading the articles.
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING SCIENCE AND COMPUTING (http://ijesc.org)
Every publication has its own style and tone of writing. Decide what fits better in a journal that is highly technical. Know your audience and write accordingly to their interests and concentrate on the keywords.
Format your research paper for special guidelines. Most journals provide a document called "Instruction to Authors" or "Author's Guide". This guide will help you how to submit your paper and will provide details of the review process.
Step 4.Ask a colleague and/or professor to review your research paper
They should analyze and edit your paper for grammar, spelling errors, typos, clarity, conciseness and verify your content. They should be clearly written, easy to follow, and appropriate. Have two or three people review your paper, more if possible
It is likely you will go through three or four drafts before final submission of your research paper. This will greatly increase your chances of being published
Step 6.Submit your article. • Go back to the Author's Guide to review submission requirements. Some journals allow online submission (example - http://ijesc.org/submit-manuscripts) while others prefer a hard copy.
Step 7.Keep trying. • Many times the journals will ask you to revise your paper and resubmit. Study them carefully and make the necessary changes. Do not get over-attached to your original submission. Instead, remain flexible and rework the paper in light of the feedback you received. Use all of your skills as a researcher and a writer to create a superior paper. Even if you are ultimately rejected by your "target" publication, continue to re-write your research paper and submit it to any other publications.
Sources and Citations • http://ijesc.org • http://ijesc.org/international-journal/authors-guidelines • http://ijesc.org/international-journal/get-free-reminder-alerts • http://ijesc.org/international-journal/about-this-journal • http://ijesc.org/articles-in-press.php?msg=1&page=article
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