I am a BSN student graduating in May, and I am wondering how to best make myself stick out in an ICU interview. I was scheduled to do ICU as my capstone starting this week but due to the COVID-19 situation those rotations have now been cancelled. Unfortunately other than this capstone there was very little focus on ICU in my program, so I am having trouble thinking of ways to answer those situational questions in a way that shows that I am capable of working on that unit. I was fortunate enough to do a few rotations in the ICU in my Adult II course where I was able to ask a ton of questions, but it as almost more like a shadowing experience, as we were told that we were not allowed to be hands on with these patients. I know I am capable, I am just having a bit of a writers block figuring out ways to convey that. Any suggestions or recommendations?