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The keyboard shortcut is Alt + R.

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Some pages have more than one part. To go to the next page part, the keyboard shortcut is Alt + F. To go back one page part, the keyboard shortcut is Alt + B.

On the Quiz introduction page, select Alt + F to start the Quiz. Once you are in the Quiz, use the same keyboard shortcut to go to the next question and to select the Quiz feedback.

When you are answering a question and you want to select option 1, the keyboard shortcut is Alt + 1. If you want to select option 2, the keyboard shortcut is Alt + 2 etc.

To select the submit button, the keyboard shortcut is Alt + A.

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