I NEED HELP! what does "on hold" mean??

I NEED HELP! what does "on hold" mean?? Topic: Transfer paper reviews
June 26, 2019 / By Aleesha
Question: So Temple U is my first choice and i just looked at my application status and it says "hold". Last week it said that my application was being reviewed by the admissions advisors. Everything is handed in and has been for a month. What does this mean? ... are they pretty much saying no? im super depressed now. help?
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Troy Troy | 3 days ago
it's not really a NO. They need to check if you got all of your paper works together before you applied. Also, It could mean that you're on the waiting list. Because transfer students from JR College gets in first. Then it's students straight from high school. It's just telling you to wait and it's a 50/50 chance that you will/wont get in. But look into other college too
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