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    in, at, on

    I would always confuse with the usage of prepositions (in, at, on). e.g. I tend to write, She got first grade in the exam. But yesterday I came across a sentence in a book , (She got first grade at the exam). So I am confused.

    Is there any rules to learn about it?

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    Re: in, at, on

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    I would always confuse with the usage of prepositions (in, at, on). e.g. I tend to write, She got first grade in the exam. But yesterday I came across a sentence in a book , (She got first grade at the exam). So I am confused.

    Is there any rules to learn about it?
    "at the exam" is correct. Don't be confused, just keep in mind.

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