The Reynolds Intellectual Assessment Scales, Second Edition (RIAS-2) , assesses intelligence and its major components. In addition to providing a full-scale IQ battery for less time and less cost than similar measures, the RIAS-2 is ideal for use as a stand-alone intellectual assessment or as part of a larger battery to diagnose specific disorders, such as intellectual disabilities or learning disabilities. The RIAS-2 can also be used to determine educational placement for gifted students. RIAS-2 Score Report now available! The RIAS-2 Score Report is now available as a standalone report via PARiConnect. The score report provides raw scores and T scores for the subtest and index scores, as well as confidence intervals, percentile ranks, and subtest and index profiles. View an example of the new RIAS-2 Score Report . Client Feedback now included with the Interpretive Report! In addition to what is included in the RIAS-2 Score Report, the RIAS-2 Interpretive Report offers composite norm-referenced interpretations, subtest interpretations, a discrepancy score summary table, discrepancy interpretations, feedback and recommendations based on composite scores and discrepancy information, as well as recommendations for additional testing. The Client Feedback Report is now automatically included when you run the Interpretive Report. View an example of the RIAS-2 Interpretive Report . Already had interpretive reports in your PARiConnect account? Your inventory has been updated to include the addition of the feedback report. Choose the report that suits your needs With this update to the RIAS-2 product offerings, you can more easily choose the report that best suits your clinical needs and your budget. Why the RIAS-2? The RIAS-2 helps you complete more evaluations in less time. School and clinical psychologists seeking to measure intelligence can also rely on the RIAS-2 for: Accuracy —a low emphasis on motor demand makes the RIAS-2 a more precise measure of general intelligence. Clarity —the RIAS-2 substantially reduces or eliminates dependence on motor coordination and visual–motor speed to provide a more accurate assessment of intelligence. “The RIAS-2 was constructed carefully to avoid as many such confounds as possible leading to a more direct measure of intelligence that is not clouded by fine motor issues, academic learning disabilities, or attentional and other noncognitive factors,” said coauthor Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD. Speed —the RIAS-2 is faster to administer than similar measures—all eight subtests take less than an hour to administer and score. Savings —the RIAS-2 is less than half the cost of some competitors. Learn more about the RIAS-2 Psychologists have come to rely on the RIAS-2 for remote administration . RIAS-2 coauthor Cecil R. Reynolds, PhD, offers insight into the development of this test of intelligence .