This is a self-checking quiz covering simplifying radicals, adding radicals, and multiplying radicals. I give my students about 30 minutes to complete the assignment and make their corrections before I collect the assignment on the Ti-Nspire software. We then go over the questions and answers. We discuss why some answers are wrong and what makes the others right. The review on the software brings up all the answers submitted, so students can see what others answers, but not who submitted which one. This is when I can make any correction if the software did count an answer wrong, when it was actually correct. I find my students work harder on the self-check assignments. also, I give out a handout that contains each page of the activity that they must show all work on in order to keep the score earned.