HT5821 I forget my  answers and i need to change the email for rest  answers

I forget my  answers and i need to change the email for rest  answers

You cannot and need to ask Apple to reset your security questions; this can be done by clicking here and picking a method, or if your country isn't listed, filling out and submitting this form.
Changing the rescue email address requires supplying two of the answers. They wouldn't be security questions if they could be bypassed without Apple verifying your identity.
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