PAR is pleased to announce the release of two new tests of intelligence and reasoning ability by Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD — the Reynolds Adaptable Intelligence Test™ (RAIT™) and the Test of General Reasoning Ability™ (TOGRA™) . The RAIT is a rapid, reliable, and valid intelligence test designed for group or individual administration. Composed of seven subtests that assess crystallized intelligence, fluid intelligence, and quantitative aptitude or intelligence. Designed to provide continuity of measurement across a wide age span. Can be used to help users determine a child's educational placement and diagnose various forms of childhood psychopathology; as a measure of intelligence in general clinical and neuropsychological evaluations; as part of evaluations for the diagnosis of specific disorders; in disability determinations under various state and federal programs; and as a measure of aptitude in human resources/employment settings. Composed of items from the RAIT, the TOGRA is a speeded measure of reasoning ability and problem-solving skills. Offers a wider variety of item content and greater test score stability than competing measures. Requires only 16 minutes for administration and 2-3 minutes for scoring. Appropriate in many settings whenever a speeded measure of reasoning ability and problem solving under pressure is considered useful, including in the evaluation of students for giftedness, athletes, managerial and executive-level staff, and public safety officer candidates. Two equivalent alternate forms (Blue and Green) enable users to retest and monitor progress without concern for practice effects.