Currently Learn offers two options for how many questions to display on a test: One or All. This idea adds an option where the faculty member can specify how many questions they would like per page, and then renders the test in that format. For example, if the faculty member had 50 questions on their test, they could opt to display 5 questions per page and then the test would be 10 pages long. This would help to split the difference between having to click for every question and waiting to load up a long, scrolling list of questions.
Ideally, this option would allow the instructor to specify the number of questions per page in a range from 2 to n-1, where n is the total number of questions on the test.
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