CE Test Questions
A Clear Perspective of Freeform

Exam Questions
1. All of the following are advantages of lenses when created using freeform except

    A. Always makes any design better
    B. Can deliver the design as it was intended
    C. Can optimize the results considering Rx and fit
    D. Can improve patients' vision through their lenses
2. Which of the following correctly describes freeform?

    A. Fly cutting
    B. Digital Surfacing
    C. Diamond turning
    D. All of the above
3. Standard front surface progressives

    A. Should all be replaced with a back surface progressive
    B. Will still provide the right benefits for many wearers for years
    C. Have adaptation issues in about 32% of patients
    D. Will be phased out in 2010
4. A limitation of standard progressives that reduces the reading area of a lens is

    A. The distance Rx prism
    B. The keyhole effect
    C. The PD
    D. All of the above
5. Unwanted astigmatism in progressives is primarily created by

    A. The curve change from distance to near
    B. Variable inset
    C. A toric lens surface
    D. Variable bitoricity
6. The base curve of a cylinder lens typically corrects for off-axis errors

    A. In both principle meridians
    B. In the weakest power meridian
    C. In the strongest meridian
    D. All of the above
7. In variable inset, steep base curves, for plus Rx's,

    A. Decreases near zone decentration
    B. Increases near zone decentration
    C. Makes decentration equal to a Plano Rx
    D. Raises the near zone
8. Effective power is

    A. The power of lenses in the as-worn position
    B. Influenced by vertex and tilt
    C. May be different than the prescribed Rx
    D. All of the above
9. A rotational asphere has the same asphericity

    A. From center to edge in all meridians
    B. As a progressive
    C. As the back surface of a toric lens
    D. As a freeform atoric lens
10. _____________ is an integration of all the characteristics of Rx and fit to produce a progressive with the design as was intended.

    A. Variable inset
    B. Distortion
    C. Optimization
    D. Diamond turning
11. All of the following can be considered when optimizing a lens for design except

    A. Prescription
    B. Polarization
    C. Front surface unwanted astigmatism
    D. Frame size or shape
12. Personalizing progressives includes

    A. Vertex distance
    B. Pantoscopic or retroscopic tilt
    C. Faceform or wrap
    D. All of the above
13. Lenses optimized or personalized may

    A. Be different in power from the prescription
    B. Creates a totally new lens design for the patient
    C. Increases the distance and near zone sizes only
    D. A and B only
14. Moving the progressive surface from lens front to back

    A. Decreases the keyhole effect
    B. Increases the keyhole effect
    C. Increase magnification
    D. Increases distortion
15. An example of a concave only progressive is

    A. Shamir Autograph II
    B. Essilor DEFINITY Short
    D. Varilux Comfort 360?
16. An example of a Dual Add progressive is

    A. Shamir Autograph II
    B. Essilor DEFINITY Short
    D. Varilux Comfort 360?
17. An example of a progressive where the back irregular atoric is used to modify a standard front surface progressive is

    A. Shamir Autograph II
    B. Essilor DEFINITY Short
    D. Varilux Comfort 360?
18. An example of a progressive where neither surface is progressive but when combined creates an optimized design is

    A. Shamir Autograph II
    B. Essilor DEFINITY Short
    D. Varilux Comfort 360?
19. Multiple tiers of the same brand progressive provides

    A. A price point for every patient
    B. A variety of lens benefits to describe for patients
    C. The way to answer almost any patients needs
    D. All of the above
20. Future progressive optimization and personalization will include

    A. Previous lens and wearing data
    B. Increased use of position of wear data
    C. Eye or head turning data
    D. All of the above

Evaluation Questions

21. In questions 21-24 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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