Tutorial Tuesdays: How to anticipate and address questions

Have you ever received reviewer feedback that made you think, "that jerkface didn't even READ my paper"?

Yeah. Me too.

But here's the thing:

The reviewer is always right.

It's your responsibility to make yourself understood. 

And if you learn to do that BEFORE you submit your paper to a journal, you're less likely to get comments asking about your approach, your analysis...even the way you characterize the problem.

Episode 7 of Tutorial Tuesdays teaches you how (and where) to anticipate and address questions.

(Pro Tip: This is a vital skill in grant writing - we usually focus on objections, but it's essentially the same thing.)

What could you do to better address questions in your academic papers? Tell me in the comments!

Hey! writing your R01 application doesn't have to feel like such a slog.

I made you a 90-Day NIH R01 Planning Blueprint to take some of the stress out of writing your next R01 application. Sign up to map out exactly what to do to write an outstanding proposal—and when to do it.