No. I'm not quite sure what you mean. Here are some possibilities:
By the time you wake up, I'll have done/completed all the lessons.
By the time you wake up, I'll have learnt everything from the lessons.
If the person you're talking to takes a long time to wake up each morning, you could say "While you wake up, I'll study" or something similar. Or "In the time it takes you to wake up, I could learn everything contained in these lessons".
It also partly depends on what you mean by "all lessons". Do both parties know what lessons you're talking about?
Student or Learner