I felt the same way when I first started. Time is the key to getting great at your job. After you know the residents, staff, routine, and facility, you will be popping residents out like its nobodys business! Prioritize yourself by who needs showers, who will take the longest, who is a 2 assist, and who needs to be up for breakfast. When I first started, I took a long time, trying to wash them very well and do stuff by the way I was taught. I learned quickly that cna classes are unrealistic. Get all supplies so you dont have to leave the room and do as much as you can by yourself before you need assistance. Make sure they look presentable, smell good, have their alarms, safety equipment, call lights, wheelchair devices, and their beds are in the lowest position. Follow the care plan exactly ask the nurse about any discrepancy. Dont be afraid to ask for help. Make sure they are safe and their rooms are clean at the end of the shift. Write things down on paper like what size briefs they wear, order of get ups, and when they voided. Make a list of names, room numbers, number of assists, alarms, safety equipment, and info like who wears dentures and who gets back to bed for each resident. Get their clothes on so you can turn them the least amount of times possible. Sometimes it is easier to get their shirt on once they are out of bed. I feel accomplished when I get someone done and I cross them off my list. Overall, have a plan for what needs to be done at what time and it will guide you through your day. Make sure they are dry for the next shift. All you can do is your best and if you know you put forth an honest effort, you did a good job good luck!