How to Ensure Your Paper Doesn’t Get Rejected

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Ensure Your Paper

This website specializes in rejecting papers, sight unseen, 100%. It doesn’t matter how awesome your paper is, it will get rejected. It doesn’t matter how much time you put into it, it will get turned down. It doesn’t matter how much your paper means to you, you will be disappointed.

Now, with that said, how do you ensure that your paper won’t get rejected if you submit it to another organization who would at least give you a chance at success? Well, it really all boils down to proper preparation. I know that’s probably the kind of answer you do not want to hear, but that’s the kind of answer you need to hear.

You have to understand that a lot of people think that, at some level or another, they are entitled to some form of success. Regardless of what form it takes, they feel that they just need to show up. These are exactly the same types of people who think that respect or love are door prizes. You just have to show up at the right place at the right time, and you will get a reward.

As you probably already know, if you’ve done any kind of living on planet Earth, things don’t work out that way. That’s just not the way things are wired. That never worked in the past, it’s not happening now, and it probably will continue to be a bad idea long into the future.

Regardless, this doesn’t discourage people from thinking along these lines, and they keep getting crushed. They keep getting batted down again and again. It kind of makes you wonder how long can somebody take a beating until they get a clue.

You have to understand that every rejection is a lesson. Maybe you submitted to the wrong organization, maybe you did not put in enough time in the paper, maybe you did not follow instructions, maybe you were not recommended by the right heavy weight academic—there are just so many different factors to keep on top of. And until and unless you are willing to slice and dice all these different factors and put them into some sort of probability grid, you probably will continue to struggle.

Last time I checked, taking shots in the dark and crossing your fingers and hoping for the best is not exactly a one way ticket to success. It has never been. Sure, you can win the lottery every once in a while, but by and large, it’s a one way ticket to disappointment.

So do yourself a big favor. Use these rejections as opportunities. In other words, look at them for what they truly are. They don’t mean that you are a complete and total failure. They don’t reflect on your value as a person. They don’t reveal your character. This is just part of the process.

If anything, your character can improve because instead of feeling bitter, discouraged, or defeated, you keep trying. You keep experimenting. You persevere. And these traits, ultimately, are what will make you successful in not just your academic life, but in all other areas of your life.

Your relationships would improve. You probably would spend more time at the gym to get better results as far as your health is concerned.

Pay attention to these rejections. They may be your one way ticket to a better life. I know that sounds counter intuitive, but that’s how life works.