Choosing your options is an important part of your course in the second, third and fourth years. There are many different routes through the system. Some involve taking only physics modules, while others involve taking outside or unusual options and consequently less physics. You should think about what you want to study in later years and what you want to do after graduation.
Please discuss your choices with your personal tutor. We give ideas about how the physics-taught modules fit together in the two subpages.