Each person prepares for an interview differently. I created a cover letter and a resume, and brought with a copy to hand to my nurse manager at the end of the interview. I also brought with a folder containing relevant experience showing work I had done on the med/surg unit for a nursing school project. I left this in my bag, but figured I could pull it out later if my nurse manager wanted to see or learn more about my clinical experience. In addition to having these documents ready, I practiced interview questions with my friends, family, and by myself. Also, I wrote down possible answers to the hypothetical interview questions. This helped me because some of the interview questions I was asked were situational. A generic example being "Name a time you had a conflict at work, and what steps did you take to resolve it?" I would recommend reflecting on the experiences you have had in an environment similar to which you are being hired, because you will most likely be asked questions about those past experiences.