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For the following sentence:

Jack and Jenny arrive at school at 3:00 pm.

If I wanted to ask a question about Jack and Jenny's particular place of arrival at specific point in time, which is 3:00 pm, would it be ok to form the question this way?:

Where do Jack and Jenny arrive at at 3:00 pm?

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It'd be a single 'at' because Where in your question takes care of the preposition used for the school.

Where do Jack and Jenny arrive? ~ At school.

So, now you add the time's question with just a single at.

Where do Jack and Jenny arrive at 3 pm?

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