If the regional center said you do not have a developmental disability, but you have new information (such as new test results), you can apply again. The regional center must consider the new information you give them by going through the eligibility review process again. They will look at the information from before and any new information you give them. They may decide to do more tests. The regional center will need to give you another decision in writing. The regional center may not want to go through the process again based on new test results if they recently decided you do not have a developmental disability. So, if you need independent evaluations to show your developmental disability, try to get and submit them as part of your first application.