Hi UNCalum8,
Many Test Takers become too fixated on the 'implied level' of the questions that they're working on - instead of what really matters: defining WHY they're getting questions wrong and becoming more efficient at approaching the overall Exam. It's also worth noting that just because a 3rd party describes a question as "700 level" does not necessarily make it so.
Since Geometry is a smaller category on the GMAT (compared to much larger ones such as Algebra and Arithmetic), the GMAT question writers 'build' their Geometry questions around a handful of established formulas and a few patterns (which you might not immediately know, but can fairly quickly deduce if you're willing to do the necessary work on your pad). How well do you know the various rules and patterns behind triangles, circles, graphing, etc?
The idea that upper-level Geometry questions are keeping you from scoring a Q51 is dubious. On EACH of your last 3 CATs, how many Quant questions did you get wrong and how many of them were ones that YOU would consider 'upper-level Geometry?'
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Rich
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