Eye Test (Merged Threads)

#1
What Visual Acuity Standard would I have to reach if I wear glasses? I wear them all the time because seeing in the distance for me is blurry.


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#6
What is the minimum distance my vision can be blurred at then? Sorry for all these questions, I get confused.
Can you see how many fingers I'm holding up? Me neither. :wave:

The only way to find out for sure is to copy'n'paste the standards & take them to your optician so they can grade your eyesight by your prescription. Beware trying to translate your prescription or accepting a random punt from an unqualified individual as it's not as straight forward as many imagine.
 
#7
Can you see how many fingers I'm holding up? Me neither. :wave:

The only way to find out for sure is to copy'n'paste the standards & take them to your optician so they can grade your eyesight by your prescription. Beware trying to translate your prescription or accepting a random punt from an unqualified individual as it's not as straight forward as many imagine.
Basically my eyes are probably really bad... Really don't want to fail!


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#19
You cant change your eyeballs anyway so just go along to the eye test and see what they say. No point worrying/asking now as no one can say indefinitely 'you'll be fine' which is what you want to hear.

Also i heard the word 'rats' being thrown around, my favourite type of chap. A/S/L?
 
#20
You cant change your eyeballs anyway so just go along to the eye test and see what they say. No point worrying/asking now as no one can say indefinitely 'you'll be fine' which is what you want to hear.

Also i heard the word 'rats' being thrown around, my favourite type of chap. A/S/L?
But what happens if I don't pass it? Surely they can't just throw you out


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