How do I get something reviewed?
Getting something reviewed is a simple multi-stage process. The following flowchart shows these steps.
- Sign up as a EntreBahn user.
- Fill in a client profile, which is a greatly simplified resume. Those looking to review your submissions will want to know a few things:
- Your area(s) of expertise
- List your experience and background supporting your submission.
- Optionally, list your relevant degrees and schools
- Create a submission by using EntreBahn's templates or uploading an existing submission. You can also edit an existing submission at this point.
- When you think the submission is ready, send it out for review. Doing so involves:
- Selecting the number of mentors
- Choosing some or all of the mentors or letting the system do that
- Paying for the review request
- At this point, you wait for reviews to be returned to you.
- Read the reviews received.
- 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.
- If the reviews indicate that the submission needs more work and you agree, then you want to go back to step 3.
- If you are now satisfied with your submission, you can leave the review cycle and return to your client/author dashboard.