Prepare for your Contact Lens Registry Exam (CLRE) to become a Certified National Contact Lens Examiner (NCLE). Review the ABO Exam Handbook for all of the details. See National Opticianry Certification Exam (ABO) exam material here.
Preparing for your exams can be intimidating so we’ve prepared a list of resources (some paid and some free) to help you learn the formulas, standards, calculations, definitions and everything else you’ll need to know to pass your test.
CLRE Secrets Study Guide: CLRE Exam Review for the Contact Lens Registry Examination: Our comprehensive study guide for the CLRE is written by our CLRE experts, who painstakingly researched the topics and the concepts that you need to know to do your best on the CLRE. Our original research into the Contact Lens Registry Examination (CLRE), offered by the National Contact Lens Examiners (NCLE), reveals the specific content areas and the essential skills that are critical for you to know on the CLRE. We’ve taken the information and developed a study guide that is guaranteed to help you be successful on the CLRE.
The new Contact Lens Review Book features hundreds of multiple choice questions-and-answers with a brief explanation for the correct answers. The questions and answers are arranged in the same domains as found on the National Contact Lens Examiner’s Certification Exam and as referenced by the NCLE Test Content Areas and Test Specifications. The NCLE Test Content Areas and Test Specifications are also included in this text. Those preparing for the NCLE Certification Exam will also benefit from the Strategies for Test Taking section of the book. It is a great self-assessment tool to define areas where more study is needed and to help build confidence right before the exam.
The Contact Lens Manual: A Practical Guide to Fitting: The Contact Lens Manual continues to meet the needs of a new generation of optometrists, dispensing opticians, contact lens practitioners and students who require clear and reliable information for fitting a complete range of contact lenses. The fourth edition of this best-selling classic, now in full colour throughout, provides the most up-to-date guidance in all aspects of today’s lenses in a practical and easy to use manual. Featuring new developments in lens types, care regimes, current practices, and electronic access to brand new video footage as well as a range of learning tools, this manual offers a complete package to help readers expand their lens knowledge, improve fitting and optimise patient care.
Contact Lens Fitting Guide: This book is a concise guide to contact lens fitting for optometrists and trainees. Beginning with an introduction to contact lenses and the pre-contact lens fitting eye examination, making sure a patient is suitable for wearing contact lenses, the following chapters describe the fitting of different types of corrective lens – soft, toric and rigid gas permeable. Separate chapters examine the use of therapeutic contact lenses, used to protect the eye whilst it heals after injury or infection, rather than to correct vision; and lenses for presbyopia, age-related long-sightedness.
Clinical Manual of Contact Lenses: Designed to be used as a quick reference, this fourth edition of the Clinical Manual of Contact Lenses allows readers to easily find the topic and information they need without having to search through an entire chapter to find it. Rigid gas permeable lens design and fitting, soft lens problem-solving, astigmatic management, and bifocal correction are just a few of the subjects covered in this manual. Each chapter includes sample cases to reinforce and demonstrate the practical nature of the topic, with nomograms and proficiency checklists summarizing and emphasizing the important points. With this guide, students and practitioners will have a dependable resource to help fit, evaluate, and troubleshoot any contact lenses, especially specialty designs for years to come.
Contact Lenses in Ophthalmic Practice : Even with the advances in intraocular lens technology and the growing diversity of refractive surgery techniques, the role of contact lenses in ophthalmic practice has only increased. This is due in part to the great strides in materials, technology, expanding applications (both refractive and therapeutic) for contact lenses, and the clear recognition that contact lenses will always be an important tool for the ophthalmologist. With the fitting of contact lenses as a medical art, requiring a thorough understanding of anatomy, physiology and optics of the eye, this practice is formulaic only in part. The rest of contact lens practice requires sound medical judgment and decision- making that comes only with “hands-on” experience. The authors address this need by starting with a didactic approach that incorporates frequently-asked questions and straightforward answers so that the ophthalmology resident, intermediate contact lens practitioner, and optometrist will find this to be an indispensable resource.
Fitting Guide for Rigid and Soft Contact Lenses: A Practical Approach (4th Fourth Edition)
Optical Training Institute CLRE Preparation includes an all-in-one comprehensive course package with 6 workbooks and 6 audio CD’s contained in a carrying case.
Quantum Optical CLRE Staff Training Modules
CLRE Flashcard Study System: CLRE Test Practice Questions & Exam Review for the Contact Lens Registry Examination