Yes, it's fine. The assumed meaning is that Sam is habitually reading a lot these days in order to prepare for his university classes that will begin in September.is it right to use the present continuous here:
- Sami is reading a lot before he goes to university in September.
P.S. On second thought, it doesn't necessarily have to be in preparation for school. For all we know he could be reading a lot of Spiderman comic books these days. After all, when school starts he won't have time: he'll have to spend all his time on Shakespeare and junk like that.
Student or Learner