Answered By: Rhonda Whithaus
Last Updated: Jun 26, 2014     Views: 13

A journal acceptance rate shows the number of manuscripts accepted for publication compared to the total number of manuscripts submitted in one year. For example, if a specific journal publishes 2 articles for every 10 submitted to it in 2012, it has a journal acceptance rate for 2012 of 20%.

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