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How do I get something reviewed?

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Introduction

Getting something reviewed is a simple multi-stage process. The following flowchart shows these steps.

  1. Sign up as a EntreBahn user.
  2. Fill in a client profile, which is a greatly simplified resume. Those looking to review your submissions will want to know a few things:
    1. Your area(s) of expertise
    2. List your experience and background supporting your submission.
    3. Optionally, list your relevant degrees and schools
  3. Create a submission by using EntreBahn's templates or uploading an existing submission. You can also edit an existing submission at this point.
  4. When you think the submission is ready, send it out for review. Doing so involves:
    1. Selecting the number of mentors
    2. Choosing some or all of the mentors or letting the system do that
    3. Paying for the review request
  5. At this point, you wait for reviews to be returned to you.
  6. Read the reviews received.
  7. Optionally, you can evaluate the review based on a number of criteria including clarity, applicability, relevance, and how actionable was the review feedback and advice.
  8. If the reviews indicate that the submission needs more work and you agree, then you want to go back to step 3.
  9. If you are now satisfied with your submission, you can leave the review cycle and return to your client/author dashboard.

 

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