CE Test Questions
Lens Care: It's Something Worth Talking About

Exam Questions
1. An uncoated glass lens surface is said to have

    A. Low surface energy
    B. No surface energy
    C. High surface energy
    D. Super-hydrophobic energy
2. When client's apologize for their dirty lenses, a dispenser should

    A. Ignore the comment and clean the lenses
    B. Make an opportunity to show how easy proper lens care is
    C. Ignore the comment and leave their eyewear alone
    D. Tell them they need new lenses
3. Dirty lenses are like dirty bodies. When they need to be cleaned

    A. Using plain water or moist breath is sufficient
    B. The proper cleanser or soap is essential
    C. A towel or shirt will get the job done.
    D. All of the above
4. Which two characteristics are most similar?

    A. Super-hydrophobic and wetting
    B. Super-hydrophobic and beading
    C. Super-hydrophobic and easy dust
    D. Super-hydrophobic and attracting dust
5. Water is best repelled by

    A. A non-super-hydrophobic surface
    B. A surface that likes to get wet
    C. A negatively charged surface
    D. None of the above
6. A Surfactant is a

    A. Surface active agent
    B. Surface repelling agent
    C. A type of super-hydrophobic coating
    D. None of the above
7. The value of proper lens care is important to

    A. The patient
    B. The lab
    C. Both the patient, the ECP, and the patient's vision
    D. The client's wallet
8. When it rains, the lotus flower cleans its leaves by

    A. Shaking itself
    B. Repelling water droplets which roll and carry off dirt
    C. Attracting water droplets to remove dirt
    D. All of the above
9. Long term use of alcohol as a lens cleaner

    A. Can damage lens surfaces
    B. Can prevent scratches
    C. Can raise the wetting angle of a lens surface
    D. Can extend the life of microfiber cloths
10. Low wetting angles are characteristic of

    A. Super-hydrophobic surfaces
    B. Low energy surfaces
    C. Scratched surfaces
    D. None of the above
11. Microfiber cloths handle fine dust by

    A. Pushing it off a lens like a snow plow
    B. Channeling it deeper into its fibers
    C. Using surface oil to act as a sweep
    D. Small vortices formed at the atomic level
12. Quality microfiber construction requires

    A. A match between super-hydrophobic coatings and the fibers
    B. A miss-match between super-hydrophobic coatings and the fibers
    C. Cohesive forces to be overcome
    D. High-grade fibers and the proper knitting process for the intended task
13. Microfiber materials are capable of holding up to how many times their weight in water?

    A. 6
    B. 7
    C. 8
    D. They don't hold water at all
14. Research has shown that the majority of lens damage is caused by

    A. The wrong cleaner
    B. Use of moist breath
    C. Never cleaning the lens surface
    D. Using ordinary clothing to clean lenses
15. Cleansing agents work best in conjunction with

    A. Cotton cloths
    B. Used bath towels
    C. Well-washed T-shirts
    D. Microfiber cloths
16. When used with plain water, paper products cannot

    A. Grind dust into the lens surface
    B. Scratch a high energy surface
    C. Remove oil or fingerprints
    D. Last long
17. The inclusion of alcohol in lens cleaner for AR lenses is to

    A. Break down oil
    B. Aid in cleaning
    C. Reduce uneven evaporation
    D. None of the above
18. Placing a microfiber cloth into the laundry with fabric softeners will

    A. Provide the best cleaning action
    B. Diminish the dirt channeling benefit of the cloth
    C. Make other microfiber materials in the laundry even cleaner
    D. Allow the softness of the cloth
19. Edging and cleaning super-hydrophobic lenses share what in common?

    A. They require similar approaches in processing and handling
    B. They require different approaches in processing and cleaning
    C. They should handled with plain water
    D. They shouldn't be used with microfiber cloths
20. The value of premium lens care products is best communicated by

    A. Discussion, demonstration, support instructions and prominent product displays
    B. Giving them away for free
    C. Using them with paper towel at the dispensing desk
    D. Always charging full price for them

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: