The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has said it is yet to determine the cut off marks for the 2017 admission process.
The head of media, Dr Fabian Benjamin, said that “this is only done at a policy committee meeting with all stakeholders chaired by the Hon Minister of Education which is yet to hold.”
Candidates were urged to disregard the figures being reported all over social media.
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 institutions.
JAMB further 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.