Oh - oh no OP. I know your whole approach is to be super prepared and that is what has gotten you this far. But really - really - you don’t need to study for 1L.
MUCH better advice is this: make a dentist appointment. Update your prescriptions - glasses, meds. Get some photos of family / friends developed and framed to take with you. Buy yourself a basic navy suit with a white collar shirt with appropriate shoes. Wear it a couple times and learn how to wash and iron the shirt.
If you live at home and are moving out, go through your stuff. Donate your clothes and whatever junk you won’t use again. Box up what you want to keep, label it. Make a nice dinner for your parents and thank them for everything they have done.
Draft a resume. In a year or so you will be glad you did. Those dates and names fade fast. You will need a foundation for your professional resume soon enough and having it done to date now helps a lot. Future you will thank you.
Other than that, relax, read, get outdoors. Learn to cook a couple simple meals and rip the tags off your suit. Wear in your dress shoes a little bit. Be proud of who you are, where you come from, how you got here. Resolve to give yourself and everyone else a break come September when the anxious and smug overcompensate. Look forward.
And well done.