Take your documentation with you. They may not use it though. PULHES scores must be determined by military doctors. In your case, a visual acuity is something that can be easily done in MEPS and your results should be reproducable.. They may look at your documentation, and then verify with their equipment. Hopefully you will still be 20/20.
Here's the PULHES criteria for those that don't know.
1 - Uncorrected visual acuity 20/200 correctable to 20/ 20, in each eye.
2 - Distant visual acuity correctable to not worse than 20/40 and 20/70, or 20/30 and 20/100, or 20/20 and 20/ 400.
3 - Uncorrected distant visual acuity of any degree that is correctable not less than 20/40 in the better eye.
4 - Visual acuity below the standards of "3."
Steveguard- just a clarification for others.... H3's don't get changed to H2's by a waiver. You will always be an H3. The waiver simply let's you carry a MOS or deploy "like" you are an H2. Throughout your Guard career, you will be asked to get audio evals, SPRINT testing, and possible MMRBs (to reevaluate your status) but your medical record and the hearing computer repository will have you listed clearly as an H3.
It's no biggie though, just more hoops to jump through.
Captain, Army Nurse Corps