Kemampuan Pemecahan Masalah Matematika Berdasarkan Self Efficacy
Problem solving ability is a rule or sequen carried out by students in solving a problem, problem, or task that is carried out in a directed manner to find a specific problem. Self-efficacy is the belief that someone has in solving a problem to get results that are as expected. This article discusses the ability to solve math problems based on the level of self-efficacy that students have, namely high, medium, and low. The purpose of this article is to determine students' problem solving abilities based on self-efficacy in solving problem solving problems. This research is an exploratory research with a systematic literature review research model. Based on some of the data that was extracted, the results of the research on the ability to solve math problems at the Polya stage showed that students at the SMP and SMA levels were superior at the problem understanding stage with an average percentage of 75.6 and 73.7. Meanwhile, the self-efficacy of junior high and high school students is at a moderate level with an average percentage of 73.1 and 65.1. The results also stated that the higher the self-efficacy, the better the students' mathematical problem solving abilities.