I actually went through an interview like that and turned down the job for a better one. Follow all the interview etiquette, show up early look professional and stylish if possible, only sit when told to, the usual. The way these interviews work is to seem like you fit in with the crew that is working so be friendly but don't treat the people interviewing you like you are old friends. Ask a ton of questions about the facility how long they have been there, what they like best about their job, what are the hours like, how is the schedule made, talk yourself up in all of the questions but be humble at the same time, I referred to myself as a baby nurse just excited to get into the field, even though I had 10 years of CNA experience in all kinds of facilities, but most of all be honest and show the people interviewing you that you can get along with people you did it for 2 years of nursing school what is 4 more months then you can talk to who you want. Some of the interviewers are gonna throw out some negative things if you seem eager to badmouth just like they do you are going to get smoked so just refrain from that kind of attitude, just redirect the conversation. alot of the questions I got could simply be referred to the chain of command, and always when you get the question of how to handle a situation try to resolve it with the individual first before getting charge nurse or supervisor they will respect you way more. Hope I helped and stay calm.