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    on or in project?

    I have a question.
    Should it be on or in a project?

    1. I recently got a very good score on a project that accounted for 30% of a course at my university.

    or

    2. I recently got a very good score in a project accounted for 30% of a course at my university.

    Thank you in advance for the help!

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    Re: on or in project?

    1. I recently got a very good score on a project that accounted for 30% of a course at my university.

    2. I recently got a very good score in a project that accounted for 30% of a course at my university.


    'On' sounds far more natural to me, but I don't think 'in' is wrong.

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