JAMB registrar, Professor Is-haq Oloyede, said that measures had been taken to detect malpractices in all the examination centres nationwide.
He revealed that the anti-cheating measures would also be used to detect examinations officials involved in unprofessional conduct, no matter how highly placed such individual may be.
Prof. Oloyede was speaking at a meeting with owners of computer-based test facilities in Abuja.
According to him, the common fraud of multiple registrations by UTME candidates over the years had been detected and curtailed while measures were being adopted to prevent further cheating in exams.
He further explained that candidates that jot answers on papers, clothes or body would be easily caught and if the answers were similar to the questions, the board would carry out an official inquiry to determine the involvement of examination officers or otherwise with a view to prosecuting those found responsible.
He called on the proprietors of Computer-Based Test (CBT) centers to keep to instructions and make plans to ensure that internet facilities and services were up and running and intact during the examinations.