Good luck on your interview. Don't fret (I can't believe I just used that word) about not hearing back from the others. Sometimes companies act like they're in a big hurry to find someone, but then things come up. It becomes hurry up and wait. This time of year, I wouldn't be surprised if you didn't hear anything until January. Just use each interview as a learning experience. I once went on over 30 interviews before I finally got a job. I was horrible at interviewing. They would ask a question and I'd start over here, then go way over there and end somewhere in the middle. By the time I finally landed a job, though, I was a master at interviews. After each one, I'd kick myself for how poorly I did, but I would also go over everything and redo it in my head, as most people ask the same type of questions no matter what field you're interviewing for. I've since been told by employment agencies and HR personnel that I interview very well. So well in fact, that I get an offer or a callback on most interviews I go on. That never would have happened had I not had to go through that. Anyway, good luck!