How hard would it be for me to land an entry-level actuarial job?

11:19 am in Insurance jobs and educations by The Broker

I am going to be a senior in college this fall, and I have only passed Exam P so far. I was able to pass Exam P on my first try, but I took Exam FM yesterday, and I failed it. I also don’t have any relevant internship experience. I have had two internships in science and technology companies, but they only helped me out because they know my dad. Given that I am an applied math major, I doubt they would actually want to hire me. Also, my GPA is 3.42 right now. So, how bad are my chances right now? Is there anything I can do to improve my chances besides raising my GPA and passing another exam?
Well yeah, obviously I need to graduate. But I need to pass all the exams? Wouldn’t it be pointless for me to pass more than 4 exams before I get a job since the exams after the 4th one become secific to the industry I would be working in?

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