Unless there is a genral lack of technical ability throughout the gym, you shouldn't be worring about it. It will eventually come to you as it did the others students.
If there is a genral lack of ability though, maybe finding another gym would beneficial, otherwise trust you instructor knows what he is doing.
One should always remember that every instructor has their preferenced way of teaching and although not all roads lead to rome, most of them eventually do.
There is also the issue of wether or not the instructur teaches for the masses or the few. Teaching for the few most often result in high level grapplers whereas teaching for the many often result in the opposite. Most people who join dont last in the long run. Hell most dont last in the short run, especially if the classes are geared towards creating champions. Creating champions is hard work and the training is reflected in that. It doesn't leave much room for "fun and games" and those who attend those classes/gyms are the ones who usually last. These places most often have a much faster learning curve than the mass populated gyms as the instructor will constanly focus on bettering his students without having to keep them "happy"
Look at westside barbell Vs your average commercial gym. Those who attend westside bb know why they are there and the staff and trainers of the place dont need to keep switching the training up for the clientel to keep having fun and ultimately staying.
So take a look around the gym. are there any black belts, brown belts? how long has the instructor been practicing, how long has he been teaching, does he compete, has he ever competed, does he roll with everyone, does he tap out or does his ego control him?
These can be important questions to ask as they give you some insight into your instructors qualifications and then ask yourself what it is you hope to acomplish yourself with your bjj training.
Do you want to become a black belt? do you want to compete and if so, why ? Is it because you want to learn self defence? is is because you want to meet new people while doing something FUN? is it because you want to step into the octagon and become the next ultimate champion? do you have issues with fedor and want a chance to show him what's what ? These are equaly important questions to ask yourself as the answers will be a guide for you. If you want to became a champion grappler and your current gym doesn't support that dream, then you need to find a new place.
Do you just want to have fun, while meeting new people, then it doesnt matter where you go. etc.
But always remember, every new student deals with the same issues as you do. dont fret. sit back, enjoy the calm and let it come to you.