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Graduate with Physics as one of the subjects in each year.

Or it should be S2:

Graduate with physics as of the subject in each year.

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Do you mean "graduate" as a noun or a verb?

A sentence should have a subject and verb. For example, "the car with the wheels" is not a sentence. Neither is "graduate with physics as a subject".

How about this alternative phrasing:

He graduated in 2017, having studied Physics as a subject during all four of the years that he attended the University.

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