CE Test Questions
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Exam Questions
1. What percentage of eye injuries can be prevented by wearing proper sport protective eyewear?

    A. 80 percent
    B. 100 percent
    C. 50 percent
    D. 90 percent
2. The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standard that specifically relates to eye protection in most sports is:

    A. F1776
    B. F803
    C. F800
    D. F805
3. The primary requirement for safety eyewear is______________.

    A. They are fit with photochromic lenses
    B. They are fit with base down prism
    C. They are fit with polycarbonate lenses
    D. They are fun and colorful
4. When testing sport eyewear for the ASTM F803 standard, a pressure-sensitive paste is put on the head form in which locations?

    A. Eye and eyelids
    B. Cheekbones
    C. Temples
    D. Nose bridge
5. Which sport is not covered by the ASTM F803 standard?

    A. Soccer
    B. Baseball
    C. Women's lacrosse
    D. Paintball
6. How many areas of contact should be considered when fitting sport eyewear?

    A. One
    B. Two
    C. Four
    D. Six
7. The eye sits protectively in its bony orbit consisting of ______bones.

    A. Five
    B. Seven
    C. Three
    D. Eight
8. The number one misconception of parents when inquiring about sport eyewear is:

    A. Expensive
    B. Will keep their child's glasses from being broken
    C. Will protect their child's eyes
    D. Is bulky and uncomfortable
9. A sport band is NOT a good solution for sports because:

    A. It keeps tension on the temples of the frame, and if the bridge breaks it will pull the frame directly into the athlete's eyes
    B. They can get stuck and pull out the athletes hair
    C. They cause the glasses to fog up
    D. Some kids have allergic reactions to sport bands
10. When assessing risk for sports, which patient has no risk?

    A. Contact lens wearers
    B. Corrective glass wearers
    C. Corrective glass and contact lens wearers
    D. All athletes are at risk
11. A contact sport can be characterized as:

    A. Any sport
    B. Any sport with a ball
    C. Any sport with a moving projectile or contact with other players
    D. Any team sport
12. The best way to engage in contact sports and have the best protection is:

    A. Wear no glasses at all
    B. Wear contact lenses
    C. Wear a helmet
    D. Wear sport eyewear that has been tested and passed the proper ASTM standard
13. The best way to get kids to wear sport glasses is:

    A. Tell them it's mandatory
    B. Remind them how safe they are on the field when wearing them
    C. Tell them how cool they look
    D. Give them a sport band
14. The ASTM standard that covers paintball is:

    A. F1776
    B. F803
    C. F803-11
    D. F1775
15. The ASTM F803 standard covers not only impact resistance and optical clarity but also:

    A. Duration of play
    B. Chin guards
    C. Mouth guards
    D. Peripheral vision
16. While being tested, balls are propelled at varying velocities toward the sport eyewear, and the head form is rotated to test at _______ different angles.

    A. Two
    B. Six
    C. Eight
    D. Seven
17. A potentially serious injury from impact that can result in muscle entrapment and vision loss is:

    A. A blowout fracture
    B. Conjunctivitis
    C. Blepharitis
    D. Cataracts
18. One word we should not use to describe sport eyewear or sport glasses is:

    A. Cool
    B. Stylish
    C. Goggles
    D. Comfortable
19. When fitting sport eyewear, we must talk to:

    A. The parent
    B. The child
    C. The parent and the child
    D. The doctor
20. An effective way to communicate the need for sport eyewear to a parent is:

    A. Tell them their child's good glasses won't get beat up
    B. Tell them sport eyewear is trendy
    C. Tell them sport eyewear is for protecting their child's vision
    D. Tell them sport eyewear is only for aggressive athletes

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
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