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excel at (something)

To perform especially well at something. When we were in school, my brother excelled at art, while I was always better at subjects like science and math. Public speaking is something that Kristy really excels at.
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excel in (something)

To perform especially well at something. When we were in school, my brother excelled in art, while I was always better at subjects like science and math. Kristy really excels in public speaking.
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excel at something

 and excel in something
to do something in a superior fashion. She really excels at running. Wally does not excel at anything. Frank always hoped he would excel in math.
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