Syaipul Amri, Wahyu Widada
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the direct effect of three latent variables (self-efficacy, self-concept and self-esteem) on mathematical understanding skills. This is a survey research conducted in high schools throughout the City of Bengkulu. The sample of this study amounted to 104 students. There are three questionnaires and one test as a research instrument. All three are questionnaires for self-efficacy, self-concept and self-esteem. One test is a test of mathematical comprehension skills. Results: there is a positive direct effect of self-concept on mathematical understanding skills. But there is no positive direct effect of self-efficacy on mathematical comprehension skills. Also, there is no direct effect of self-esteem on mathematical understanding skills.
Keywords: self concept, self efficacy, self esteem, understanding mathematics