Succeed in and succeed at To succeed in doing something , 
But , what about succeed at ? Is the preposition AT a part a verb? 

I think we can say : succeed at school / university , (task)
But we can't say succeed in school or university .
What do you think? 
Jun 10, 2018 9:46 PM
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