# Goldfeld - Quandt test statistic equal to 1

I wonder what it means if the statistic (ratio) of this test is one? The statistic is built from sample splitting. Then you have to calculate the ratio RSS2 / RSS1, which are the Residual Sum Squares of the new subsamples.
I think it means that both subsamples have the same variance but I am not sure at all.
In such a situation, if the ratio $RSS2/RSS1$ equals unity, then the null-hypothesis of homoskedasticity won't indeed be rejected for any significance level up to $0.5$, (to be compared to the conventional levels of $0.1,\; 0.05,\; 0.01$) because the statistic used, under the null hypothesis follows an F-distribution (exactly or asymptotically), and more over, one that has equal degrees of freedom for the numerator and the denominator (due to the equal sub-sample sizes).