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    I have completed my schooling

    Hi,

    I came across these sentences and I could not understand what they mean exactly

    a) I have completed my schooling from xxx school.
    b) I finished my schooling from xxx school.

    I suppose it should be like
    I have finished my schooling at xxx school.

    So basically my question is at vs from

    In India schooling is used just as we use the word graduate.
    Last edited by gurpreetgill4u; 01-Aug-2015 at 01:01.

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    Re: I have completed my schooling

    I would use "at".

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