One - on - One Pre-Test

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This Pre-Test is made for members of the One-on-One Diabetic Education Program being offered by It is designed to help us understand how to educate yourself in a more efficient manner. Please answer these questions based on your previous knowledge of Diabetes. This way, we can know where to begin with your own personalized diabetes education program.

  • 1
    How long should you wait after a meal to check your blood glucose level?
    2 hours
    30 minutes
    15 minutes
    3 hours
    1 hour
  • 2
    Does exercise raise or lower your blood sugar?
    Exercise lowers my blood sugar level
    Exercise does not effect blood sugar level
    Exercise raises my blood sugar level
  • 3
    What is an ideal blood glucose level before a meal?
    80-120 mg/dl
    20-60 mg/dl
    over 180 mg/dl
  • 4
    Which food is not considered a carbohydrate?
    white rice
    whole wheat bread
    Swiss cheese
  • 5
    What is a healthy BMI range?
    15 - 18.4
    35 - 40
    18.5 - 24.9
    25 - 34.9
  • 6
    The best way to avoid very high blood sugar is:
    To skip breakfast and eat a large lunch and dinner.
    To avoid all sugary foods.
    To maintain a consistent carbohydrate balance in each meal and snack.
  • 7
    Which of the following can raise blood glucose levels?
    Too many carbohydrates
    All of these
  • 8
    Which of the following foods can a diabetic eat in abundance?
    Mashed potatoes, pie, baked beans
    Pasta, apples, corn
    Spinach, celery, string beans
    Coffee, bagels, jam
    Carrots, tomatoes, fruit juice
  • 9
    A proper single serving of pasta is
    about 1 cup
    about 1/2 cup
    about 2 cups
  • 10
    If diabetes goes untreated, the excess blood sugar can cause damage to:
    The nerves
    All of these
    The eyes
    Blood vessels

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