Withdrawal Policy


I cannot find a specific withdrawal policy for "Open Horizon Scientific Review ". However, most open access journals have similar withdrawal policies.

General withdrawal policy for open access journals:

  • Authors can withdraw their manuscript before peer review begins without penalty.
  • Once peer review has begun, authors may be charged a withdrawal fee. This fee is typically to cover the costs of the peer review process.
  • If a manuscript has already been published, it cannot be withdrawn. However, the authors may publish a correction or erratum to correct any errors in the published manuscript.

Here are some additional things to keep in mind:

  • The withdrawal policy may vary depending on the journal. It is important to read the journal's instructions for authors carefully before submitting your manuscript.
  • If you are unsure whether you can withdraw your manuscript without penalty, you should contact the journal editor.
  • If you withdraw your manuscript after peer review has begun, you may not be able to submit it to another journal without first obtaining permission from the original journal editor.

Please note that this is just a general overview of the withdrawal policy for most open access journals. It is important to consult the specific journal's instructions for authors to confirm their withdrawal policy.