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.

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## Is physics hard gcse?

Mónica Marshall2 minutes readGCSE physics is an extremely tough GCSE, and only the brightest and best students score the best on their exams. gcse physics is best known for its high level of mathematical content and for the many equations you need to remember.

## How many hours should I review for gcse per day?

Mónica Marshall0 minutes readAccording to The Student Room, students review 15-20 hours per week for their exams, which can sound a lot until you break it down. You should check for approximately 1 to 2 hours every day in the months leading up to your GCSE.

## What a levels do i need for astrophysics?

Mónica Marshall0 minutes readA*A*A (to include A* in Physics and Mathematics). Grades A*AA, with A*A in Physics and Mathematics, in any order, level AS.

## How many subjects are there in ib physics?

Mónica Marshall0 minutes readThe International Baccalaureate Diploma Program is made up of a core and six subject groups. Despite the exciting and extraordinary development of ideas throughout the history of physics, observations remain essential to the very core of the subject.