I'm graduating cum laude with good to great grades in all courses, near the top of my class, which should be a nice starting point for a good first job.
Or rather, I would graduate if not for one course I somehow underestimated. Now I have to come back in August to take a resit.
This should not have happened and I learned a lesson there. But because this was entirely my fault and not due to any difficulties with the course material, I'm very unlikely to fail the resit as well. And because the course is also fairly specific and not relevant for the career branch I want to work in, I'm hoping I can still start applying for jobs at the end of the academic year in July.
How should I put this on my resume, considering the typical student with resits usually has a lot of them and is struggling with the material and not someone you want to hire as a top employer?
On the top employer note, I have a good internship lined up that could lead into a job and a "young talent" fast track starting in July that technically requires successful graduation. I'm hoping to ace the internship first and demonstrate my value to the business to make negotiations about this easier, but they are inevitably going to ask how the exams went before I have a chance to prove myself; what should I tell them?