This research aims to (1) find out whether mathematical literacy through Problem-Based Learning with PMRI Approach (PBL-PMRI) achieves Actual Completion Limit (ACL); (2) find out whether mathematical literacy through PBL-PMRI is classically complete; (3) to find out whether the average and proportion of mathematical literacy through PBL-PMRI is more than the average and proportion of mathematical literacy through PBL; (4) knowing whether students' self-efficacy influences mathematical literacy through PBL-PMRI; (5) describe mathematical literacy through PBL-PMRI based on students' self-efficacy. The research method used is a mixed method with a sequential explanatory design. Sampling in this research with cluster random sampling. While taking the subject with purposive sampling. The results of this research are: (1) mathematical literacy through PBL learning with the PMRI approach achieves Actual Completion Limit (ACL); (2) mathematical literacy through PBL-PMRI learning achieves classical mastery; (3) the average and proportion of students' mathematical literacy through PBL-PMRI are more than the average and proportion of mathematical literacy through PBL; (4) self-efficacy affects mathematical literacy through PBL-PMRI; (5) description of students' mathematical literacy with categories: (a) self-efficacy on fulfilling the four indicators; (b) self-efficacy is in the moderate of fulfilling 3 indicators and tends not to fulfill 1 indicator; (c) lower self-efficacy tends to fulfill 2 indicators, tends not to fulfill 1 indicator, and does not fulfill 1 indicator.
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