Video How to Peer-Review Like a Pro (Step-by-Step Guide) – peer review



In this episode of Navigating Academia, Dr. Singh discusses step-by-step how you can do a peer review for an article that you’ve been assigned by an academic journal.

Knowing how to do a peer-review for academic journal articles is an absolutely critical skill to know for your career in academia.

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Especially if you don’t have a lot of experience with a peer-review process this can be pretty daunting. A lot of people even report to me that they experienced a little bit of what they call impostor syndrome insofar as this feeling of Who am I to be asked to review somebody else’s work?

What is peer review and where does it fit in academia? Let’s say I’ve written an article and I want to get it published in an academic journal and hopefully a really good one with the high impact factor.

Step 1 – Download and read the entire article
Step 2 – Write a summary paragraph of the article
Step 3 – Make a list of all the sections
Step 4 – Make bulleted comments under each section heading
Step 5 – Submit it

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31 thoughts on “Video How to Peer-Review Like a Pro (Step-by-Step Guide) – peer review

  1. astrick338 says:

    Thank you for this! I'm a Masters's student peer-reviewing for a conference for the first time and this helped so much!!

  2. Olson says:

    Another great tip: If you are suggesting an improvement, provide reference to examples of articles that did what you are suggesting well. It shows you are well-read and your peer will thank you for it!

  3. Past2Present Youth Dilemma says:

    The main thing you explained the things in very funny and jolly way it was an amazing experience to listen.

  4. Ana Gabriela Morales Oña says:

    I am grateful for this video. Thanks so much for your time making this video. It is VERY HELPFUL!

  5. Briana Booker says:

    Thank you for this video! Invited for peer review for the first time and the person who invited me is a mentor. They provided some general guidance about this but I wanted to see some videos as well.

  6. shashank BJ says:

    "Perception is reality in academia"
    Its surprisingly accurate and somewhat funny…
    Thank you for the great video.

  7. Green Heaven says:

    Man I got a first to review …of 70 pages long ..I am rethinking though now ,,but train has left the station already. Ops it hurts now… besides.. U had a great suggestions! just provide the time stamp of your video..and some presentation/animation if so ..

  8. yang song says:

    Thank you for this video. I was offered a peer review opportunity for the first time in my life. I shall use the steps you recommended.

  9. Juliana Florez says:

    When you are reviewing do you have to repeat the experiment or the calculations? Thank you very much!

  10. Safi Khurram says:

    Great Job Dr. Singh, since I am very new reviewing scientific articles and I learned a lot from your video. Thanks so much

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