Awaiting Reviewer Agreement

This means that experts were invited but did not respond to the invitation. What does this mean if your status as a “pending examiner selection,” then “pending examiner invitation” to “pending examiner agreement,” then “selection of pending examiners” and “selection of examiners on hold” and “… “and then” … A deal” again? Is the paper checked or is it difficult to find experts? The document was presented in October. This means that they have invited critics who have refused the invitation and invited new ones who have not yet accepted or declined the invitation. For your purposes as an author, I would recommend doing it as effective the same thing. There are many different journal review systems, and they use a different (and sometimes ambiguous) language. So I recommend not trying to analyze the language too carefully. What is clear here is that the peer review process is underway and that you can`t really do anything other than wait for the nuance that the system can tell you about the current interactions between the editor and the critics.

What does “waiting for the expert” mean? Is it the same as “in the exam” and “waiting for exam scores”? The “Awaiting Referee Selection” status generally means that the manuscript is awaiting peer review. This means that the first verification of the manuscript is complete, which means that the Editor-in-Chief (EIC) and/or associate editor (AE) believe that the manuscript meets basic criteria such as novelty of the research, quality of writing, compliance with the volume of the review and compliance with the journal`s guidelines. So you`ve decided to send the manuscript for peer review and you`re now looking for appropriate experts (also known as referees) for your journal. This should be done quickly, and peer review should then begin. This rather ambiguous phase is when criticism has been invited, but we are waiting for the required number to accept an audit. In other words, at this point, the ball is directly in the critics` court! The “Waiting Reviewer Assignment” phase indicates that reviews have been invited and the publishers have therefore sent them for verification. This is the scene in which the editors will try to receive your manuscript as quickly as possible. If your manuscript is at this point, there are enough experts who have agreed to read and evaluate it and we just have to wait for the reviewers to return their comments before a decision can be made. The frequency with which your manuscript status has been changed to “Waiting Reviewer Assignment” and then “Awaiting Reviewer Selection” reflects the challenge to which the publisher has the required number of publishers (usually two or three) for peer review. This could be explained by the approach of the holidays; frequent changes in status may reflect frequent changes in withdrawal plans by potential evaluators.