At an eye exam, are you supposed to guess the letters when you can't see them or are you supposed to say the you can't see them?
At an eye exam, you should read the letters that you can clearly see. It doesn't hurt to keep going another line down, if you think you can read that line, either.
At an eye exam, you are suppose to say you can't see them when you can't see the letters clearly. Don't even take a guess.
You suppose to say that you can't see them. But sometimes I guess too.
If you can't see them, say you can't see them or that you're guessing.
I guess. Sometimes I get them right. Sometimes my prescription changes..................Never had a problem though
If you want glasses = You lie & say you can't see the letters..If you don't want glasses = Then you read what you can see & cannot see.
it is always better to say you can't see them
Be honest and tell them if you can't see the letters.
You must say you don't can't see them...not guess.
it is better to say you can't see them but sometimes if it's between like a D or B or F and E i guess
My trick was always to get a copy of the standard eye chart & memorize the 20 - 20 line, worked every time. But it was part of the reason that I flew my helo into a sign-oh well
gess thats what i do but idk
If you guess tell the Doctor "I'm only guessing". He will know though.
Uhhhhhh... You Can't See It...
You have to be honest and tell them if you can't read the letters. That's how the doctor knows how well you can or can not see
you are supposed to read there ... and not to be smart :)
Your supposed to read them if some are blurry to even see I say "I can't tell what letter or number that is"
Read what you can, guessing right might not be the best choice, it can prevent you from getting the script you need along with other things.
You're supposed to tell them, but when I did one eye test, I just cheated and opened both eyes, because I can't see! :)