What is the difference between "I aced it" and "I nailed it"?
Answer from a Native speaker
These expressions are actually interchangeable! You could use either and still be correct. These phrases mean "to do very well at something." However, we typically say "I aced it" when discussing tests and "I nailed it" when discussing tasks, but using either is fine. Ex: You nailed that move! Ex: Way to ace the test! A: How did you do on the test? B: I'm pretty sure I aced it! A: How did you do? B: Nailed it!
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