I just got accepted into a program beginning in August! I didn't have to do a face to face interview for my program, instead, I had to write a paper that I handed in to the Dean of Nursing at our school. In the paper I had to discuss what qualities I brought to the field of nursing, why I wanted to be a nurse, and what qualities I thought exemplified a good and effective nurse. I feel like these would make good interview questions. Before I wrote the letter, I had to submit three letters of reference, and in the letters, the people were asked many questions about my character traits. The questions were things like, "do you feel that this candidate shows integrity? If so, how?," "do you feel that this candidate is trustworthy?," "has this candidate ever had any leadership roles? If so, how did they handle this role/roles?" General questions like that also make for good interview questions. If I were you, I would expect to get questions like: why do you want to be a nurse, what makes a good nurse, what qualities would you bring to nursing, what makes you the best candidate for nursing school, discuss a time when you have shown honesty/integrity/leadership, etc.