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    #1

    AT versus IN

    Hi,

    Which one is right?

    1) scoring an almost perfect score AT the high school’s final examination
    2) scoring an almost perfect score IN the high school’s final examination

    Thank you

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    #2

    Re: AT versus IN

    Neither one is a sentence. I would use "in" and I would probably use "getting" intead of "scoring" to avoid repetition.

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