There are different queues of processes (in an operating system):
Job Queue: Each new process goes into the job queue. Processes in the job queue reside on mass storage and await the allocation of main memory.
Ready Queue: The set of all processes that are in main memory and are waiting for CPU time is kept in the ready queue.
Waiting (Device) Queues: The set of processes waiting for allocation of certain I/O devices is kept in the waiting (device) queue.
The short-term scheduler (also known as CPU scheduling) selects a process from the ready queue and yields control of the CPU to the process.
In my lecture notes the long-term scheduler is partly described as maintaining a queue of new processes waiting to be admitted into the system.
What is the name of the queue the long-term scheduler maintains? When it admits a process to the system is the process placed in the ready queue?