Self Confidence Comparative Analysis

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This study aims to compare students' confidence. The method in this research is a quantitative approach with a comparative design. The population and research sample consisted of 80 students with 35 regular class students and 45 special class students who were determined using the Proportional Random Sampling Technique. The research instrument used was the self-confidence scale adopted from the Lauster confidence scale and the data analysis used comparative analysis using the Difference Test with the SPSS program. The conclusion of this study is that there are differences in the confidence of students in regular classes and special classes (boarding school). As many as 30 students in the special class had high self-confidence and 5 students had sufficient self-confidence, while 20 students in the regular class had sufficient self-confidence and 25 students had less self-confidence. The conclusion of this study is that there are significant differences in special classes and classes which greatly affect the level of student confidence.

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