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Visual Impairment Quiz


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If a student uses tactile or auditory resources as their primary channel of learning, he or she is…

A. totally blind.

B. functionally blind.

C. deaf-blind.

D. low-vision.


A visual acuity of 20/200 or less in the better eye with correction or a visual field that is no greater than 20 degrees is:

A. Functionally Blind

B. Deaf-Blind

C. Legally Blind

D. Low Vision


What is clouding in the Lens of the eye?

A. Short sightedess

B. Long sightedness

C. Cataracts

D. None of the above


What is the definition for low vision?

A. visual acuity is 20/70 or poorer in the better-seeing eye and cannot be corrected or improved with regular eyeglasses.

B. visual acuity is 20/100 or poorer in the better-seeing eye and cannot be corrected or improved with regular eyeglasses.

C. visual acuity is 20/150 or poorer in the better-seeing eye and cannot be corrected or improved with regular eyeglasses.

D. visual acuity is 20/200 or poorer in the better-seeing eye and cannot be corrected or improved with regular eyeglasses.


What is a visual impairment?

A. a problem with or damage to one or more parts of the ear.

B. an impairment in vision which can be corrected

C. an impairment in vision even with correction that adversely affects a child’s education and daily living activities

D. an impairment in vision even with correction that does not affect child’s education


Which eye condition is described: a condition of increased pressure within the eyeball, causing gradual loss of sight.

A. Cataract

B. Stargardt’s

C. Glaucoma

D. Cortical Visual Impairment


What is complete blindness?

A. Legal blindness

B. Partially blind

C. Blind at one eye

D. None of the above


It is recommended that children with nistagmus are:

A. allowed to adopt the position needed to find the point where they can fix their gaze, even if they curve their back in extreme

B. corrected in their posture in a way that they maintain enough distance to perceive the stimuli but with some effort, and in a frontal direction, so the two eyes can work equally

C. corrected in their posture in a way that they can get closer to the visual stimuli but without curving their back


The surgery done to treat glaucoma is…………………

A. keratoplasty

B. iridotomy

C. occuloplasty

D. gonioscopy


The deficiency of vitamin……….. can result in blindness

A. A

B. B

C. C

D. D

E. E


A person who can perceive at 6 meters a stimuli that people without visual impairments can perceive at 12 meters, has a visual acuity of:

A. 2

B. 2,6

C. 0,5


What is low vision?

A. Can read by being close

B. Partially blind

C. None of them

D. Can read with glasses


Which acuity is considered near total blindness?

A. 20/30 to 20/60

B. 20/70 to 20/160

C. 20/200 to 20/400

D. less than 20/1,000


What is chromatopsia?

A. hearing impairment

B. causes colorblindness

C. visual impairment


The vision impairment in glaucoma occurs due to damage to…………..

A. iris

B. lens

C. optic nerve

D. occulomotor nerve


Cataract affects…………………………..

A. cor nea

B. retina

C. lens

D. optic nerve


The process by which the vertebrate eye changes optical power to maintain a clear image or focus on an object as its distance varies is termed…………………………………..

A. appropriation

B. accommodation

C. acclimatization

D. adaptation


Instructional Strategies for students with VI include all of the following EXCEPT:

A. Classroom organization

B. Room familiarization

C. Encouraging independence

D. Speaking very loudly when you talk to them


A visual impairment that interferes with the ability to perform daily activities and in which the primary channel of learning is through the use of prescription and nonprescription devices is:

A. Deaf-Blind

B. Low Vision

C. Functionally Blind

D. Legally Blind


An educational description when the primary channel of learning is through tactile and auditory means is:

A. Deaf-Blind

B. Low Vision

C. Legally Blind

D. Functionally Blind


Name of the eye test chart is called?

A. None of them

B. Alphabetical chart

C. Snellen chart

D. Visual chart


Campimetry techniques are used to measure

A. Visual acuity

B. Visual field

C. The two are correct


The iris is responsible for…

A. filtering light that enters the eye.

B. defining color.

C. defining shape and motion.

D. carrying electronic signals to the brain.


True or False: Intellectual capabilities are similar to those of their sighted peers

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Hiddendigit test forms the basis for test for……..

A. near vision

B. farvision

C. astigmatism

D. colour blindness




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