About "at" for study english.

...You at seem to have a great start...

...You seem to have a great start...

Are both usages correct?

could you tell me what is the different?

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"at" does not belong in this sentence.  The preposition at is often used for designating a place, such as "at work" or "at the ball park".  But there is always an object of the preposition.  The preposition at might be used to designate time, such as "at noon" or "at first glance".  A sentence that begins "You at first glance seem to have a great start ..." would be possible.

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