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I'm planning to apply for the fall semester next year in SNU as an international student (I am not Korean at all) and try to avail a scholarship. I'm currently a second year Communications major but stopped studying for the second semester due to financial problems. My problem is that I was slacking off and am probably a C or C- student during my three semesters in college (although I was part of a performing arts group during my first year). I have a good background in high school though (B+ student, part of the top 15% in class standing, joined tons of extra-curricular activities etc).
I haven't taken TOPIK or IELT yet. I know basic Korean (have taught myself the language little by little since 2009) like I can read and write the characters and yeah. I think I'm pretty alright with speaking and writing in English although it isn't my mother tongue (I'm a Filipino).
Do you think I have a shot in getting admitted to SNU? I've read from somewhere it's kind of easy for international students to be granted admission by SNU like there's also a C student who got admitted but I'm still kind of worried. I hope to get a response. Thank you. ><