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What are some good "entry-level" journals that I can have my work published in?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by Hemichordate, May 14, 2008.

  1. Hemichordate

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    I'd suggest checking to see if your school has an undergrad research journal. Some publish one each year with research from a variety of fields and it actually counts as a publication.

    Ours was published by the Chancellor's office so you might want to ask internship advisors or an administrator.
     
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    kokoeats had a good suggestion. if you want something a little more known but still entry level, it depends on the field really as well. what is the subject of the research?
     
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    For most undergraduate research, this is your most likely option.
     
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