Can't believe I haven't used this trick earlier since I use gnome-terminal with multiple tabs EVERYDAY.
Usually I have about 4~5 tabs open for a given gnome-terminal window session. What I did to to go to a particular tab was to hit "CTRL + PAGE UP/PAGE DOWN" to scroll through them. What a silly way because all I need to do was to hit "ALT + tab no." to get to it directly.
First tab: ALT + 1
Second tab: ALT + 2
Fourth tab: ALT + 4
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