I think it is the correct answer this time. ;-)I chose ( on ) which I think is the correct answer .
Am I right ?
I often use the two interchangeably. I think there is a difference though, with on time being used when the speaker has a specific time in mind.
Yes, I agree.
"I had a meeting at 3:00 and I managed to get there on time".
"The rain gradually got worst, I feared I would get soaked, but I made it to my car just in time".