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I'd concentrate on finishing your 'A' level courses and doing as much reading / preparation for university as you can. You absolutely cannot afford, academically, to waste this time, although many will.
I'm finished my alevel, I worked hard throughout the year and should be expecting high grades, and even then... all I need is BBB. I also can't read up for Uni if I don't know what to read up on.
Only needing BBB isn't relevant - the better you understand the material, the less stressful your first year will be.
The advice RogerOxon gave is solid, if you're done with A Levels then start reading up on stuff for uni. I don't really understand how you wouldn't know what to read up on, you may not have a specific reading list but surely you know what course you've applied to and looked at the rough syllabus to know the sort of things you've be studying? That's what you can focus on for now.