50%rejection after peer review
According to an article on Elsevier, more than 50% rejections occur after the peer review process. This process can take anywhere from 30 to 120 days. This crucial time is wasted when a manuscript is not competent for further procedure and hence rejected. A manuscript is rejected at this stage due to various reasons, such as lack of originality, serious conceptual and/or methodological flaws, or poor grammar or English language issues.
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Based on the Peer-reviewer’s feedback, the journal accepts or rejects the manuscript. If rejected with minor/major revisions, the author is expected to address the reviewer’s comments and feedback and resubmit the manuscript.
The journal decides whether to publish or not