I recall covering all English Standard modules, both in year 11 and year 12, in the order that is outlined in the syllabus. This means that the order of the modules in year 11 was Common Module → Module A → Module B and that in year 12 was Common Module → Module A → Module B → Module C. I personally doubt that schools would cover the modules in a different order (this should be similar for English Advanced), so perhaps you could have a look at the Common Module (including the main ideas/themes/issues that it emphasises) and, if known, explore the text(s) studied at your school for this module, which would familiarise you with it in advance, allowing you to analyse it more thoroughly and comfortably.
I believe that schools are more likely to teach the topics of other subjects in a different order. When I took Business Studies, we covered the Preliminary topics in the order outlined in the syllabus (i.e. Nature of business → Business management → Business planning). However, we covered the HSC topics in a different order to that outlined in the syllabus. Instead of starting with Operations, then Marketing, Finance and Human resources, we explored the HSC topics in this order: Finance → Marketing → Operations → Human resources. On the other hand, a student I tutored for Business Studies last year studied each topic according to the order outlined in the syllabus.
Of course, given that there is still a bit of time before you go back to school, it would also be a good idea to try to contact older/former students at your school and/or teachers to determine the exact order of topics taught at your school for each of the subjects that you will be taking.
I hope this helps!