Find below a series of tests in PDF format that can be printed on an A4 sheet.

Thanks to these tests, you can easily evaluate your vision, at different stages of life.
Please take the results of these tests as a recommendation, not as a diagnosis. Performing the test does not replace regular visits to your ophthalmologist.
Tumbling E Chart
Older than 3 years old
Persons who cannot read the alphabet (children of young age or people who do not know the English alphabet) can use the E-Chart, also called the Tumbling E-chart.
It is the same scale as the Snellen chart, but the only letter show is the letter "E", in various spatial orientation.
The aim of this test is to state (usually the person uses his hand and points) the direction of the letter (right, left, up, down).
Snellen Test
Older than 5 years old
The classic example of an eye chart is the Snellen eye chart.
The top row contains a "big E", then the other rows contain letters that are progressively smaller.
The person will have to read the smallest line of text letters that he can.
If he can read the bottom row of letters, his visual acuity is very good (20/20)
Amsler Grid
After 40 years old
Amsler grid is a chart with lines and a dot at the center.
It is used to detect vision problems resulting from damage to the macula (the central part of the retina) or the optic nerve.
If you have dry AMD (Age-related Macular Degeneration), check your vision in each eye every day or as often as your doctor advises. It only takes a few seconds. Don't forget to test both eyes.

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