EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker: How to Interpret Your Results

Congratulations on your purchase of the EyeQue Personal Vision Tracker! Before getting started, we strongly suggest that you review the Tutorial Video for testing instructions. Once you view the tutorial video, we recommend the Quick Test to practice taking vision tests before moving on to the Full Test. Both tests are screening your farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism.

The results of Quick Test versus the Full Test are quite different. The Quick Test will give you one component of your refractive error, while the Full Test provides all three required measurements.

Here’s a comparison of the two tests:

Quick Test

  • Takes three measurements per eye versus nine measurements on the full test
  • Results are not stored or saved and do not contribute to the calculation of the EyeGlass Numbers
  • A practice function and quick way to share the experience with others
  • A fast way to get an estimate on your spherical distance vision
  • A baseline estimation of your astigmatism (Low, Moderate, High, Severe)

Full Test

  • Takes nine measurements over the full meridian of angles
  • You can choose to discard results if you do not want to include it into your historical data
  • Records data and displays results as a chart for viewing over time
  • Provides a score, from 1 to 52, based on how well you administered the vision test
  • Once reaching 100 points, you can unlock EyeGlass Numbers which is a set of numbers that contain parameters defining refractive error

So now you’ve taken a few tests and received results from each one in the myEyeQue app. What do the numbers mean? Take a look below.

Example of a Quick Test Result

Quick Test results show this user has relatively severe nearsightedness and a moderate level of astigmatism. This result suggests that the user cannot carry on daily tasks and should not drive without refractive correction (such as wearing eyeglasses or contacts).

QT GL Final


Example of a Full Test Result

This result indicates that the user has nearly perfect vision and does not need any refractive error correction for distance vision. The test score of 52 means that this user followed instructions and had very consistent and precise results.

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Example of EyeGlass Numbers

From the EyeGlass Numbers, we can see this user has nearsightedness and a moderate level of astigmatism. The EyeGlass Numbers also include the axis which is not shown in the Quick Test nor Full Test results. This is a much more precise measurement of your eyesight, calculated based on your cumulative test results.


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What to do with your results:

Compare: Compare your results to your current prescription to see if the prescription is accurate or if your vision has changed since your last prescription was issued.

Share: Consult with your eye doctor by showing your saved test results to help communicate with quantitative data with regards to your eye sight.

Track: Proactively monitor your vision over time and automatically record abnormal changes in your refractive error. If you notice significant changes, make an appointment with your eye doctor for a full eye health exam.

Order Eyeglasses: Use your EyeGlass Numbers to order glasses on websites that don’t require a prescription and allow for you to insert your own information. We recommend ZenniOptical.com!