I'm excited and scared all at the same time! Got a call from the manager of a local neurotrauma ICU and she said she eliminated 40 candidates and has 10 left and I'm one of them. I'm going for my interview in 2 weeks.I will be a brand new grad, but I'm comfortable with jumping into a new environment where you have to learn very quickly. I'm all about finding out new monitors, conditions, etc. and reading every resource available on them. It would be a huge jump from the 2 years of med/surg experience I've had as an extern, but I'm ready for the challenge if I get the job.Any tips or pointers on what to expect the manager to ask me during the interview? You've all been there at one point, what were you asked?She said the interview is an hour with her, an hour with the assistant manager, and then two hours on the floor mingling with nurses and seeing what it is they do. I've been in ICU's for a few clinical days shadowing, but don't want to walk in there like I know how do their jobs. What type of things should I be asking the nurses during that part of the interview?Thanks so much guys!