CE Test Questions
High Performance Wrap Sunwear Made Easy: Boost Sales of an Untapped Market Part 1

Exam Questions
1. All of the following are the technologies needed to create unique and personalized prescription wrap eyewear except

    A. Prescription compensation accuracy
    B. The boxing system
    C. Digital edging that allows any edging shape or edge profile for a secure fit
    D. Lens interchangeability for a variety of light conditions
2. Optimizing a patient's prescription, for highly curved wrap frames, requires a compensated Rx and

    A. Prism
    B. Decentration
    C. PD
    D. 8 base frame
3. Interchangeable lenses provide patients

    A. Multiple color and density choices
    B. Protection for varied indoor and outdoor conditions
    C. Lenses designs for different tasks
    D. All of the above
4. The high performance features and benefits of wrap eyewear appeals to more than just athletes because

    A. Many patients think of themselves as requiring active eyewear
    B. Patients want the sleek and edgy styles
    C. Wrap sunwear is highly functional
    D. All of the above
5. All of the following are reasons to dispense personalized wrap eyewear except,

    A. They differentiate optician and office
    B. Patients want wrap prescription eyewear
    C. They decrease second pair sales
    D. They add profits
6. Choosing the correct frame style

    A. Meets the patient's sports or fashion needs
    B. Ensures the right prescription
    C. Matches lens density with need
    D. Matches lens color with need
7. Binocularity in Rudy Project wrap eyewear is ensured when using

    A. RP D-centered planos
    B. Base in planos
    C. Base in prism in prescription lenses
    D. All of the above
8. A major advantage of wrap style eyewear is

    A. A wider field of view
    B. Better coverage and eye protection
    C. A sports specific shape
    D. All of the above
9. When determining frames and prescription lenses and before the patient leaves the office

    A. Be sure that the frame is well adjusted
    B. Be sure that the prescription and lens size and style are possible for the frame chosen
    C. Remove the lenses supplied as planos
    D. Place the order either electronically or call the lab
10. While most patients prefer prescription lenses added directly to their wrap frames, when not possible due to size, Rx or lens style consider

    A. A standard shape sunglass
    B. Tell them that it cannot be done
    C. Suggest an Rx adapter clip
    D. Send them to another optical store
11. Prescription lenses, when placed in wrap frames

    A. Induce prism
    B. Change the prescription
    C. Change the shape of the frame
    D. All of the above
12. To optimize the prescription for the way that the patient will wear the lenses, use a lab that

    A. Compensates the prescription for power and prism
    B. Specially contour the lens edges
    C. Always recommend polarized lenses
    D. None of the above
13. To deliver crisp clear vision in all conditions

    A. Compensate the Rx
    B. Select the color and light transmission or photochromic best for the major sport or task
    C. Add AR
    D. All of the above
14. Adding AR to the back of sun lenses

    A. Reduces the intensity and annoying visibility of back surface reflections
    B. Uses constructive interference
    C. Make the pupil constrict for better vision
    D. Improves the lens scratch resistance
15. 8 base lenses match the wrap frame shape but can change visibility through the prescription lens periphery. To manage this consider

    A. Lenses that have been design compensated for 8 base front in the lens periphery
    B. Tell patients “things may look different for a little while”
    C. Consider using the next flatter base curve in the lens series
    D. All of the above
16. A unique way to add flexibility to patient's eyewear is to

    A. Sell multiple pairs of glasses
    B. Sell frames whose lenses can be easily swapped between clear and sun or various sun colors and transmissions
    C. Sell photochromics so a second pair of glasses is not necessary
    D. All of the above
17. Eyes should be protected from all of the following except

    A. Radiation
    B. Dust and dirt
    C. Glare
    D. Refraction
18. When fitting the sunwear frame, important considerations are all of the following except

    A. Good coverage
    B. Little light leak
    C. Increase in vertex distance
    D. Close fit
19. Comfort on the nose, when wearing wrap sunwear requires

    A. Nose pads that completely parallel and touch the surface of the sides of the nose
    B. Pad materials that are non-slip even in the sweatiest conditions
    C. Easily shaped and fitted pad arms
    D. All of the above
20. To ensure a comfortable, snug and firm fit during any sport, temples

    A. Should be made of flexible material that holds its shape once adjusted
    B. Made of “non-slip” materials
    C. Shaped for use with other sports equipment like bicycle helmets
    D. All of the above

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 commerical 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?




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