Since the GME estimates have been shown to be asymptotically normally distributed, the classical Wald, Lagrange mulitiplier, and likelihood ratio statistics can be used for testing linear restrictions on the parameters.
Let , where is a set of linearly independent combinations of the elements of . Then under the null hypothesis, the Wald test statistic,

has a central limiting distribution with degrees of freedom equal to the rank of .
Using the conditionally maximized entropy function as a pseudolikelihood, , Mittelhammer and Cardell (2000) state that:

has the limiting distribution of the Wald statistic when testing the same hypothesis. Note that and are the maximum values of the entropy objective function over the full and restricted parameter spaces, respectively.
Again using the GME function as a pseudolikelihood, Mittelhammer and Cardell (2000) define the Lagrange multiplier statistic as:

where is the gradient of , which is being evaluated at the optimum point for the restricted parameters. This test statistic shares the same limiting distribution as the Wald and pseudolikelihood ratio tests.