There are lots of formulas used in Calculus that students are required to memorize. There are also conditions that must be met in order to use a given theorem. Every Wednesday I give my students what I call a "Quick Quiz Wednesday." Each one has ten questions relating topics taught at any point from the beginning of the school year all the way to the week prior. Many questions are recycled several times if it is something I see my students are struggling to memorize or if it is necessary more often than others. I vary the difficulty level of the content although it is mostly memorization. I am trying to reinforce to my students that everything in Calculus is cyclical and relates to something else later on so they must keep the ideas, concepts, and theorems fresh on their minds at all times. As stated before, I give these once a week. I project the quiz, give students time to answer each question, then they immediately grade it afterwards. It is self-graded so students get immediate feedback on their results. I collect them and count the average of their scores as a grade for the grading cycle. This particular file contains all of the particular questions I ask throughout the entire course with answers already included on each slide. How I normally build a quiz is to copy ten slides into a separate power point two times removing the answers at the beginning and then keeping the answers in for the grading portion. Please see the sample version I have loaded on TPT. This way you can build each quick quiz as needed depending on the pace and structure of your class. Please modify as needed and let me know if you see any errors.