CE Test Questions
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor... Your Eyes, That Is

Exam Questions
1. At about what age is the eye at its peak accommodative capability?

    A. Between 18 and 27
    B. At age 9
    C. About 42
    D. Between 28 and 38
2. A lag of accommodation means

    A. There is a time delay before the eye focuses different distances
    B. An add of +2.50
    C. Plus power in the lower lens
    D. Close viewing is not required
3. Most people who connected electronically, spend about what percent of their time at mid-range and near?

    A. 20%
    B. 40%
    C. 60%
    D. 100%
4. All of the following contribute to visual fatigue except

    A. Visual demand at intermediate and near is going to increase
    B. The 18-40 year old age group is very electronically connected
    C. The right pair of reading or computer glasses
    D. Accommodative fatigue affects both prescription and non-prescription wearers.
5. Accommodation is

    A. The eye's ability to adjust focus to any distance
    B. Meeting the patient's need for a discount
    C. Using insurance benefits
    D. The change to pupil size in dim light
6. Pre-presbyopes often first notice a loss of accommodation

    A. Playing golf on a sunny day
    B. Viewing a menu in a dimly lit restaurant
    C. By age 28
    D. In a movie theater watching a movie
7. All of the following contribute to visual fatigue except

    A. Small viewing screens
    B. 20 foot viewing distances
    C. Hours spent focused at mid-range
    D. Image location relative to the plane of a monitor's surface
8. Shamir Relax lenses

    A. Have a +0.65D add in the lower portion of the lens
    B. Contain a blended segment
    C. Use an 18mm round seg
    D. Are used only for multifocal wearers
9. All of the following are ideal candidates for Relax type lenses except those with

    A. Accommodative insufficiency
    B. Flat top wearers
    C. Spend more than half the day using laptops or mobile devices
    D. Wear single vision lenses
10. The average smartphone has a screen size of about

    A. 2.5 inches
    B. 0.75 feet
    C. 3.5 inches
    D. 4.5 inches
11. Relax lenses have only about ______D of unwanted astigmatism.

    A. 0.25
    B. 0.50
    C. 0.75
    D. 1.00
12. 85% of the 0.65D power is reached about _____ below optical center.

    A. 6mm
    B. 9mm
    C. 13mm
    D. 15mm
13. Optimization does all of the following, except

    A. Predicts the effective power of the lens
    B. Reduces errors created in the lens periphery
    C. Redesigns the periphery
    D. Always uses a 13.5mm vertex distance
14. All of the following materials are available for Relax except

    A. 1.67 high index
    B. Polycarbonate
    C. Hard resin
    D. 1.6 high index
15. The argument here for thinner and lighter lenses

    A. Meets the need for increased accommodation
    B. Enhances lens and frame comfort
    C. Improves the average sell price
    D. Increases chances for a second pair
16. Shamir Relax lenses are intended

    A. To replace all SV lenses
    B. Increase accommodation in the eye
    C. Replace SV when visual fatigue is a symptom
    D. To produce asthenopia
17. Myopic contact lens wearers may appreciate accommodative help because

    A. There is no spectacle base-in prism
    B. There is no spectacle base-out prism
    C. They see clearly close up
    D. They require more minus in a contact lens
18. Asking whether patients suffer “tired eyes at the end of a day” is the responsibility of the

    A. Doctor
    B. Receptionist
    C. Optician
    D. Everyone in the office
19. All are important for fitting Relax lenses except

    A. Adjusting the frame for about 9 degrees tilt
    B. Ensuring a 16mm minimum fitting height
    C. Bumping the add +0.25D
    D. Fitting to pupil center
20. Optimized lenses do not change the Rx because they

    A. Ensure the effective power is equal to the Rx
    B. Compensate the cylinder power only
    C. Add plus power to the sphere value
    D. Compensate for 12mm vertex

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-25 please rate the effectiveness of how well each course met the stated learning objectives: Met the stated learning objectives?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
22. Avoided commercial bias/influence?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
23. How would you rate the overall quality of the material presented?

    A. Excellent
    B. Very Good
    C. Good
    D. Fair
    E. Poor
24. How were you directed to this course?

    A. 2020mag.com
    B. OAA Website
    C. NYSSO Website
    D. Ohio Opticians Website
    E. Other
25. Please describe the office in which you work.

    A. Independent Optician
    B. Independent Optometry
    C. Chain retail
    D. HMO/Military/Other
26. Comments on this program: