I know it is correct to say " I scheduled my appointment with the dentist for 11/02/2022 at 9:00 a.m.
So, If I were to ask about the appointment date or time, which of the prepositions would fit better?
What date / time did you schedule your appointment for, on or at?
I think I would go with at if were to ask about the time, and on if I were to ask about the date, but I am not sure about for.
Additionallly, I think another shorter way of saying it would be: what's your appointment time or date?
Thanks in advance.
Nature05What date / time did you schedule your appointment for, on or at?
... schedule your appointment for?
for in all cases.