Measuring both the flip angle (FA) and the longitudinal relaxation timeT1 is essential in quantitative and longitudinal studies because the signal amplitude is dependent on these quantities. Conventional methods can only measure one of them at a time and require long scan times. In this work, two mutually consistent methods are developed; each can acquire multislice data for determining both the FA andT1 in a scan time about half the time needed for a conventional FA measurement. On the basis of a recent development of longitudinal-relaxation measurement (Hsu and Lowe, J Magn Reson 2004;169:270–278; Hsu and Glover, J Magn Reson 2006;181:98–106), one of the methods uses RF pulse trains of two FAs whereas the other uses pulse trains of different pulse spacing. When only the FA orT1 is needed, the present methods can still be faster than conventional methods for the needed quantity. In benchmarking with a uniform-density sample, both methods generate preciseT1 values independent of the FA chosen (except at and near 90°). In the demonstration with three normal volunteers at 3 T, theT1 values of frontal and occipital white matter, putamen, and caudate are compared; theT1 values are in agreement with literature values and the intrasubject deviation is 0.2%–2.8%. Magn Reson Med, 61:1319–1325, 2009. © 2009 Wiley-Liss, Inc.