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Which of the following is more accurate?

1) You have one day to solve the exam on.

2) You have one day to solve the exam on it.

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Neither is correct.

You don't solve exam. You take/sit an exam. Or you solve a problem.

3) You have one day to solve the problem.

4) You have one day to take/sit the exam.

You don't need any pronoun or preposition.

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Neither of the two. You should say:

  1. You have one day to solve the problem.
  • Why is the first not correct? solving the exam is on a specific day. – Ali Zahy Mar 5 at 21:59
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    "on" will be used in adverbials of time: The problem will be solved on a certain day. In the structure you proposed, "on" is not needed or used. – Gustavson Mar 5 at 22:03

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