5 GCSE entry requirements in grades 9 to 4 (A* to C), or equivalent, including English, Mathematics and Science, Levels 2 or 3 A, or equivalent, including mathematics and physics, a degree in a subject relevant to graduate study. Yes, mathematics and physics are the essentials. In addition, mathematics is good if you also want to get into physics.
In the first article, you will be asked questions on topics 1-4, that is, energy, electricity, particle model of matter and atomic structure. Section B - It's only 30 points - Value of 13% of the final IB physics grade - Everything about the chosen option topic.
Physicists study the interaction of matter and energy and how to apply that knowledge to solve scientific and technological problems. They investigate the universe to devise new theories that explain how time, matter and other concepts of the physical world came into existence.