# Understanding Shapes-III (Special Types of Quadrilaterals) - RD Sharma Solutions for Class 8 Mathematics | Class 8 | Notes, Videos & Tests

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1. What are the questions asked in Class 8 examinations?
As per the CBSE exam pattern for Class 8 2021, the type of questions asked in the examination are Very Short Answer (VSA) type, Short Answer(SA) type, and Long Answer (LA) type. There will be CBSE internal marks for Class 8 2022 of 20 marks for both the terms.