Hello:Happy to be part of this cohort. I am a recent ADN gradute licensed RN looking to get hired in a local mangnet hospital. I have an interview next tuesday on a "cardiac" floor. The floor is the least critical of the cardiac floors in this hospital catering to CHF, new pacemakers, cathlab, dialysis, etc. I will be interviewed by a panel of 3-4 nurses...yikes. I have had one other interview in the same hospital on a critical care floor which I was likely not qualified. I was very nervous and I over prepared on the garden variety of interview questions like, "tell me about yourself", who is your greatest influence, give an example of a difficult situation you encountered, what are your weakness/strengths.....etc. After a lot of preparation on this generic questions, my interviewer only asked about the number of critical patients I cared for. I blew that question, and looking back i did have some decent examples that I could not produce.How would you folks suggest I prepare for this next interview catering to a cardiac floor with a majority of patients with CHF, new pacemakers, cathlab, dialysis, telemetry, etc? I can come across as visably nervous and my remedy in the past was to be prepared, that did not seem to work on that first interview. Should I take an ativan :) Stupid sympathetic nervous system!!