Thank you, noorbob.
First, everyone was very nice, polite and helpful.
Here is my experience:
When my number was called and going to the office for the interview, the gentleman doing the interview asked how I was doing today. To which I replied that I was fine and I asked how he was today.
After we were inside the office the gentleman asked me to place my bag on the chair beside where I was to sit and to place my folder containing my documents on the table.
Then I was asked to raise my right hand to be sworn. After the swearing in he asked me to sit down.
I then had my eyes retinal scan done and both my index finger prints scanned.
I was then asked to present to him my Resident Card (green card), my passport and my State ID, and made a copy of my passport. (he saw I was nervous and told me that I would be alright.)
Then I was tested on my English writing skills, he quoted a sentence to me and asked me to write it down. The gentleman checked that I passed that.
Next I was asked to read a sentence. The gentleman checked I passed that.
Now was the U.S. history and civics test. The gentleman stopped asking after I answered the first 6 questions correctly. He said, congratulations you have passed the civic, history and English tests.
Then the gentleman asked me my full name and birth date, My husband's full name and birth date, our address, daytime phone, where I worked, work address, work phone number, my position and proceeded to ask the questions that are on the N-400 application. After answering all those questions I was asked to sign the last 2 pages of the N-400 application I had sent in.
The gentleman said, congratulations you passed. He then gave me a 1 page copy showing that I had passed. He then told me to wait for the mail for my approval.
That is my summary of the experience.