Loma Linda just has a certain way of asking interview questions. It's just a way of interviewing someone in the form of asking questions a certain way which also helps them simultaneously get to know you and get to know how you address certain situations. By the way I forgot to mention before, definitely know the hospital's mission statement and values. You're always taught to make sure to know the mission statement and values of the hospital(s) you are applying to and/or interviewing with, and it's true. I've been on a few interviews with Loma Linda and in one of them I was asked out of all of their values, which value did I like the most, and/or relate to the most, and/or which value I thought was the most important, and why.
So, since nursing school, I think of many things in the sense of ADPIE. Hahaha. I know, dumb right. But, if you take many interview questions and break them down to answer them in this way, it may help. For example, some of the questions they may ask will be directed towards something like asking you to tell them a time when you ran into some kind of problem, issue, or conflict. The question will obviously be more specific, but it'll be something similar to that, and they just want to know how you address things, deal with things, and solve problems. And, what was/were the outcome for these situations? (Remember before I said to make sure you have a beginning, middle, and an end to your story? They may even let you know that they are looking for a beginning, middle and end, as they did with me). You can find/look up many specific nursing questions, to go over, that many interviewers ask by just googling them. So...when coming across a problem, in nursing or life outside of nursing, we assess the issue, we may not necessarily diagnose a normal life problem but after we assess an issue we definitely plan and then implement something to address the issue (what did you do to attempt to fix your issue, problem, or conflict), and then we evaluate (again, what was the outcome, and then assess whether we need to or had to plan and/or implement something else to do). Attack interview questions like this, and attempt to answer them like this, and hopefully it should help a little.