The JAMB registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, uncovered this at a serious preparing and sensitisation gathering on Central Admissions Processing System for the 2017/2018 scholastic session on Thursday in Abuja.
Oloyede said that scoring higher than the base cut-off imprints did not ensure affirmation, however it makes applicants qualified for confirmation thought.
He included that organizations decide the institutional, program and course cut-off imprints and other confirmation criteria in exercise of their self-governance.
As per him, the cut-off stamp by JAMB is just an edge underneath which no foundation can concede competitors.
"Frame is not an examination body; rather, it is a positioning body. On the off chance that there are sufficient spaces in the tertiary foundations, there may not be requirement for UTME.
"Support is a screening body to rank officially qualified hopefuls. It is an organizing and clearing house.
"The cut-off stamp is not a pass or come up short check. It is not the aggregate score but rather one of many factors, for example, post-UTME (where appropriate), 'O' Level outcomes scoring, and so on.," he clarified.
He included that managing organizations, for example, the National Universities Commission, National Board for Technical Education, National Commission for Colleges of Education, among others, could choose the confirmation standard for foundations.
He additionally clarified that JAMB acquainted CAPS so as with guarantee that each UTME competitor gets reasonable treatment.
Oloyede said with CAPS, hopefuls now have the decision to either acknowledge or dismiss affirmation offer.
He, nonetheless, exhorted possibility to guarantee that they demonstrate the acknowledgment or dismissal of affirmation on the web and opportune to empower the preparing of their confirmation.
He encouraged establishments to conform to their publicized criteria for affirmation, including the cut-off imprints.