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yes. It will be accurate. This is called a "wet" refraction and it finds your entire need for corrective lenses without accommodation "getting in the way".
This refraction is usually followed by another refraction to see how much of the "full" prescription you can accept.
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This type of test for eye glasses is a highly accurate way to get the best possible glasses Rx. This type of testing is usually reserved for "problem cases" and is not needed in the vast majority of patients...although it doesn't hurt to do it this way :o)
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