You are a year into the program and don't know meds?? How is that possible? I have found that most of the learning is done by you by yourself in nursing school
, and well, in school in general. The teachers assume this is "adult ed" and you are on your own for the most part. Get a dosage calculations book and work in it. Get a pharmacology book and get started. (Still baffled about the not knowing meds comment...) I agree with DolceVita as well, find out what the NCLEX pass rates are and if the school is accredited, although I would think you already looked into that before you signed up.
On a happier note, my classmates say a lot of the same things you are saying and we graduate on january 7th! They don't feel ready either. And I can tell you, because I am an older student with a teaching career already behind me, you never feel ready for a job until you get in there and work it! My first year teaching in a real classroom, all I could think was "well we didn't learn THIS in school!"
How are your grades? If they are good, you must know more than you realize. How much do you study? Honestly? How are your skills? How are you doing in clinicals? Let me know how you are feeling, I bet you are going to be fine.