are you sure?michelef wrote: ↑Fri Sep 16, 2022 12:41 pm
No unfortunately the resubmission restriction concerns the applicant, not the project. So if you get a too low score you cannot apply the following year irrespective of whether the project is the same or a completely different project. It works the same as the ERC resubmission restriction
This may indeed be one of the causes for the sharp reduction in applications, i.e., people are thinking twice before applying as if they are not ready and get a too low score they won't be able to apply the following year
i have re-checked what they wrote in guidelines.
i don't read it that way. Or any other clause gives such an impression, that even new proposals cannot be submitted.
it only talks about 'previous proposals', 'same host', 'if got < 70%'. in that, where does it mean that NEW proposals with new host cannot be submitted, if any one gets < 70%?
And you said
there were many such previous instances people shared on this forum, that their score was, say 90%, but not selected, and the same proposal submitted after updating, they got <80% (these scores, just dummy values i used for discussion). Means its not sure even you think twice or thrice, whether to submit or not, doesn't matter, really.i.e., people are thinking twice before applying as if they are not ready and get a too low score they won't be able to apply the following year