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We Are Yet To Announce The Cut Off Mark For 2017 UTME-JAMB Boss.

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board
(JAMB), said it is yet to determine the cut off
marks for the 2017 admission process.
The Board also urged candidates to disregard all
the figures being bandied all over the social
media.
“This is only done at a policy committee meeting
with all stakeholders chaired by the Hon Minister
of Education which is yet to hold,” said JAMB
Head of Media, Dr Fabian Benjamin, in a
statement on Tuesday.
JAMB also announced that it has commenced the
sale of Direct Entry application form for candidates
who have A-level results and wish to gain direct
admission to Degree programmes in Nigerian
tertiary institutions and the sale of UTME
application for Nigerians abroad and foreign
candidates who desire to attend tertiary
institutions in Nigeria.
“The process is as it was with the UTME where
you create a profile and obtain the pins and
proceed for biometric capturing at the CBT centres
for Direct Entry candidates.
“We urge all candidates wishing to register
through direct entry to obtain the pins at
Interswitch, Remita or any of the commercial
banks approved earlier for the vending of UTME
pins.
JAMB also explained that it has not commenced
the change of course and institutions.
“We will soon begin and when we do start, the
changes will be done in all approved CBT centres
nationwide. Candidates need not necessarily come
to the Board’s centres for the change. It can be
done in any of the CBT centres.
“This is to avoid overcrowding of our offices for
services that can be obtained at the utmost
comfort by the candidates. The delay has been
occasioned by the Board’s preparation to ensure
that the system is smooth and without
encumbrances.
JAMB urged the public to note that every candidate
desirous of a change of course or institution will
be allowed to do so as the platform will be open
until the close of admission.
“Candidates need not panic or get desperate as it
will not be closed as being speculated by those
who want to use the opportunity of candidates
desperation to defraud them. In view of this, they
are not to patronise any fraudulent individuals or
organisations but to visit approved CBT centres
and never to hesitate in cross checking any
information they are not too clear about.
“Again we will continue to advise candidates not to
be a victim of fraudsters who claim to have the
capacity to inflate candidates scores, they do not
have such ability and when caught the Board will
prosecute both the fraudsters and the candidate
who patronise them.”

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