Yes, you will get there. This semester you are learning the basics, how to do CNA care, normal values, a standard head-to-toe assessment, medication admin rights, etc. You have to start somewhere. Each semester will build on the previous one, building new skills, expanded knowledge, critical thinking, etc. And once you graduate, you will continue to grow and learn, improve your time management, think critically, learn your specialty, etc.
Becoming a competent RN does not happen overnight, it will take several years. Concentrate on mastering your head-to-toe, doing hands-on care (do not plan to rely on your CNA to do all that stuff, some specialties don't have CNAs--ICU mostly--and sometimes you'll be short-staffed and just not have one), and work on "connecting the dots" as far as disease processes, meds, labs, interventions, etc. You'll get there.