Yeni Marlina, S.Pd., M.Pd One of the sports that has spread almost at all levels of society in the country is badminton. Therefore, it is common that the majority of Indonesians love and love the sport of this game. However, not everyone has mastered badminton skills well. In addition to being trained in non-formal environments, for example through clubs in the community, badminton games are also taught in the formal education environment set out in the curriculum from elementary school to university. Program of Physical Education Education Health and Recreation (PJKR) Faculty of Teacher Training and Education (FKIP) Syiah Kuala University (Unsyiah) is one of the formal social agents that, among others, serve as a place for students to learn various motor skills, including learning badminton skills, one of their compulsory subjects, presented in 2 credits. In that course, every student is not only equipped with badminton theory, but more emphasized is badminton practice so they have good ability in that field when they become physical education teacher in the future.The process of learning motor skills, especially badminton skills, is influenced by internal factors and external factors (Lutan, 1988:322). What is meant by internal factors is the inherent factor in the individual, or can be regarded as an attribute that distinguishes a person with others, both psychological and non-psychological. Psychological factors, among others, are interest, motivation, confidence, and attitude, while nonpsychologica.