Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES) recommends Falcon Scientific Editing2016-01-21
Falcon Scientific Editing is now listed as a recommended English editing service on the Journal of Physical Education and Sport (JPES) website.
The Journal of Physical Education and Sport is an open access and peer-reviewed scientific journal that was originally founded in 2001 as Citius Altius Fortius in the Physical Education and Sport Faculty at the University of Piteşti, Romania, and it was continued as JPES starting in 2011.
"The main objective of JPES is to unite specialists from different fields, including sport, physical activity, kinesiology, education, and health and nutrition, to provide the opportunity for multidisciplinary debates and comprehensive understanding of how physical activity influences human life."
Via the partnership between JPES and Falcon Scientific Editing, we are happy to offer all JPES authors a 15% discount on our Professional Editing Service for any article that will be submitted to this journal. All authors that choose the full editing / proofreading service will receive an Editing Certificate after we have fully edited the manuscript.
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We also offer FREE abstract/title editing to all JPES authors who also order editing for the remainder of their manuscript! We do not offer free abstract editing unless an order is made for the remainder of the manuscript.
Please submit your order on our secure website via our online portal (login).
** Please note that we cannot provide editing certificates to authors that only submit their abstracts/titles for editing because we cannot guarantee the English quality of the entire manuscript.
** JPES states that scientific editing or proofreading "does not guarantee acceptance for publication." However, if your paper is rejected due (only) to English language issues after we have edited it in full, we will re-edit it for FREE or provide corrections for the specific portions mentioned by the reviewers. No questions asked.
Topics : JPES Journal of Physical Education and Sport