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    At tertiary level or at the tertiary level

    I've tried googling both with double quotation marks and found that the results are similar. I tried at (the) tertiary level as well as at (the) secondary level. The ones with "the" seem to yield slightly more results. Which is correct may I ask? Thanks

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    Re: At tertiary level or at the tertiary level

    In most contexts, they are both correct.

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