Can a paper be rejected after minor revision?
The other two original reviewers were happy with the changes and recommended acceptance. In a complete WTF move, the editor rejected the paper without any additional request for revision. SO YES, A PAPER CAN DEFINITELY GET REJECTED AFTER A MAJOR REVISION, EVEN A MINOR ONE. Unfortunately, yes.
Why do research papers get rejected?
The reasons for a paper being rejected once it has been reviewed fall mainly into two categories: (1) problems with the research; and (2) problems with the writing/presentation of the paper. A paper may be rejected because of problems with the research on which it is based.
How long should a revise and resubmit take?
about 11 weeks
What happens after revise and resubmit?
When submitting your writing for publication in a journal, the best you can often hope for is to receive a “revise and resubmit” request from the editor. After the revisions, the journal is willing to have you resubmit the manuscript for a second review.
How long does it take for a paper to be reviewed?
Normally, a peer review takes me 1 or 2 days, including reading the supporting information. I almost always do it in one sitting, anything from 1 to 5 hours depending on the length of the paper. In my experience, the submission deadline for reviews usually ranges between 3 working days to up to 3 weeks.