EFFECT OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE AND MOTIVATION ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
Hendra Hadiwijaya and
No s5c84, INA-Rxiv from Center for Open Science
The research objective was to determine the effect of Emotional Intelligence and Motivation on Student Achievement either in partial or simultaneous manner. Respondents in this research were students of SMP Negeri 4 Lalan, Bumi Agung Villages, Musi Banyuasin Regency with magnitude of 135 students. Proportional Random Sampling method was applied to select respondents by using Slovin formula so that sample numbers was 56respondents. Data analysis was conducted by using double regression analysis technique. The results showed that that Emotional Intelligence (X1) and Motivation (X2) had simultaneous significant effect on Student Achievement of SMP Negeri 4 Lalan, Bumi Agung Villages with magnitude of 150,607 (sig. 0.000). Emotional Intelligence had more dominant effect on Student Achievement with magnitude of 8,905 (sig. 0.000) than that of Motivation with magnitude of 4,130 (sig. 0.000). Therefore, Emotional Intelligence had significant effect on Student Achievement.
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