#1 Tip: Don't be afraid to be nervous as nervousness can be channelled as a positivity approach - It's perfectly normal to be nervous never let nervousness become a debilitsting factor in your interview. #2 Tip: Keep your resume at best a one pager but for some specific professions it should be restricted to no more than Two pages.
One smart thing to do is to pleasantly look across at each member of the interview panel, then smile and say "Forgive me, I am a bit nervous" - Trust me you have just engaged your audience and has given the first impression that you are an honest person. Having engaged your audience believe you me, someone on the panel will feel compelled to try to put you at ease.
I consider myself an effective writer and as a former Union Delegate I have helped dozens to present their side of the story in cases too many to mention. A compelling resume will have the company HR visualizing you the individual as if you were already working with the organization. Resumes are designed to identify you as a potential best fit to work for the organization hence the invitation to the interview process if selected - I can work with you to put all that into perspective.