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What is the Journal Nature Acceptance Rate?

Nature is generally considered to be the most prestigious journal in the physical sciences, and so publication in Nature is greatly sought-after. Nature first has an editorial review which screens out about 70% of articles as not being appropriate, too detailed, or not important enough. The remaining 30% are sent out for peer review. Of these, approximately half are accepted for publication. This yields a final acceptance rate, when everything has been taken into account of about 9%. This number obviously fluctuates over time.

by Margaret Walker on Thu, 06/17/2010 - 16:21

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