A journal rejection does not necessarily mean that you do not have a chance to resubmit the journal though.
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We have also created a couple of articles with general tips and help on research papers.
When writing a scientific paper, you will need to adjust to the academic format.
Authors frequently want to include tables and figures in the text.
Sometimes the format or standard prohibits the authors from entering tables and figures directly into the text (where you want your table).Sometimes they have to be included after the main text.Please observe that most scientific fields (and paper formats) have their own specific rules and standards of writing.The timeline below should help you get to the number of pages you desire.The key to writing a long research paper is writing in stages: you will need to establish a general overview first, and then identify and write about several subtopics.Scientific journals use peer review process, which is a panel of other researchers (most likely in the same field) who review the work, to ensure that the quality of the paper.Publication bias is a well known phenomenon, as the peer review process often rejects "null results".You will have to check with your faculty or school to know exactly how to write the paper - the guide is meant as an overview of academic papers in general.Publication of your article can be a very time-consuming process.The most used standards for referencing in research papers are APA-standard and MLA-standard.Some paper formats allow you to include footnotes in the text, while some do not allow footnotes.