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How Can Peer Review Help You?
By using peer review - in your science classes, or with EI's online peer review system - you and your research will benefit in many ways. For example, you will:

  • Receive feedback on strengths and weaknesses of your research
  • Learn to critically analyze reports by other students
  • Get new ideas that may apply to your own work
  • Model the real world of science

Reviewing and commenting on other students' research is a unique opportunity. You will probably learn something about science by reading what another student has written. You also will have the chance to help a fellow student become a better scientist.


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