A response letter addressing all reviewer questions is an essential part of resubmitting a paper. You may need to establish the significance of your research and justify your work while respectfully addressing issues raised by the reviewers. Composing formal and appropriate replies to editors and reviewers can be as much art as science. The tone and approach to the responses will directly affect the final acceptance and can be the difference between publication and rejection.
Recommend appropriate words and phrasing, clarify ambiguous semantic statements, repair typographical errors, and correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
Replace words and sentences with smoother, clearer, and more formal text as needed.
Improves the quality of the response letter in terms of scientific content, based on the reviewer’s comments and the paper’s content.
Verifies consistency between the changes in the manuscript and the descriptions in the response letter.
3 business days
*Applicable to response letters containing fewer than 1500 words; longer response letters will be charged per Language Editing standards. **For Expert Scientific Editing, the original paper must be edited alongside the response letter.