These are the Test Procedures Regulations relating to the internet-based Gadjah Mada Scholastic Test (GMST). These regulations, policies and procedures are designed to ensure that the testing environment is secure and that all GMST participants are treated equitably and fairly.



  1. Participants must work independently.
  2. Participants are not allowed to document the test.
  3. Participants are not allowed to disseminate the guidelines and all supporting documents for the test.
  4. The exam committee has the right to put an end to the test or to withhold the test result should any of the participants be found committing any kind of deceitful behavior or violating the rules of the exam.
  5. Participants’ opinions and omissions in understanding the rules are the responsibility of the participants.



  1. All participants must be able to provide a computer device (PC/Laptop/MacBook) with specifications as follows:
    • Minimum 12” monitor screen,
    • Minimum processor required: dual core 1GHz and RAM 4GB, minimum OS Windows 8 (Windows),
    • Disable the antivirus software and Windows automatic update system during the test.
    • Provide stable and good internet access with a minimum speed of 4G/10Mbps.
    • Provide a sufficient amount of internet data quota (minimum 3 GB) or be able to access Wi-Fi from an internet service provider with good and stable connectivity.
    • All participants must have installed the software independently and make sure the device is ready to use at maximum D-1 from the test schedule.
  1. Provide a smartphone equipped with Zoom Meeting and WhatsApp (WA) messaging application to communicate with the test committee.
  2. Provide other devices (smartphone, tablet, laptop, etc) to connect to the Zoom Meeting. Join the meeting using your Application Number as your name in the Zoom Meeting.
  3. All participants must have access to a conducive-for-exam room equipped with a chair and table with a wall background that is no further than 2 meters.
  4. All participants’ tables must be clutter-free, these are the only objects allowed to be on the table during the test: devices such as laptop / computer, smartphone and stationary (pen, pencil, and a piece of blank paper to scribble on).
  5. All participants must have access to a conducive-for-exam room preferably free of disturbance and well-lit.
  6.  All participants must provide UPS for their PC or a well-functioning fully charged laptop battery to anticipate should there be a power outage.
  7. All participants must ensure that their device is connected to electrical power during the test.



  1. All participants must wear white colored shirt or blouse, any type of hat is not permitted. Those who wear a headscarf (hijab) are advised to wear light-colored ones.
  2. Participants must join the Zoom meeting and connect to the exam committee on schedule.
  3. Any issues and problems the participants encounter on the day of the test, please join the Zoom meeting first so that they can be handled by the IT Administrator at the Zoom meeting.
  4. Participants must have installed the required test system on their device. Participants who have not installed the required system on the exam day will invalidate their participation and will be sanctioned with disqualification.
  5. Participants are not allowed to access the test over the scheduled examination date and time.
  6. Participants are not allowed to start the test without the instruction from the Tester.
  7. Participants can equip themselves with stationary such as pen and pencil and a piece of blank paper for scribbling purpose
  8. Participants are not allowed to use a calculating device or any kind of device to assist them during the test.
  9. Participants must always keep their video screen on. It is compulsory for the participant to place the device used for the zoom meeting on the right or left side of the participant so that the participant, working table and monitor screen are in the supervisor’s sight.
  10. Participants must turn their microphone on during the test.
  11. Should the internet connection to the server be broken, the exam committee will repeat the process of the ongoing test once the internet connection becomes accessible.
  12. Should there be an issue leading to broken connectivity of participant’s internet, video (webcam) or audio (microphone and speaker) then Tester will be authorized to determine, based on data and information from IT Admin, whether or not the participant is allowed to continue partaking in the exam.
  13. Participants must always stay connected to the exam committee through the Zoom Meeting, starting from verification process to the end of the test. It is strongly advised for participants to ensure their Zoom Meeting audio and video work properly.
  14. Participants who are not joining the Zoom Meeting and not present during the verification process will be disqualified.
  15. Participants who encounter technical issues or any other unsolvable issues will be declared ineligible to partake in the exam and thus disqualified.