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This study aims to determine: (1) the level of intrapersonal intelligence; (2) students' discipline in participating in online-based learning; (3) to determine the relationship between intrapersonal intelligence and students' disciplined attitudes towards online-based learning. The approach used in this study is a quantitative approach with a correlational type. Sampling technique with purposive sample technique. The sample in this study were students of class XI MIPA A Pembelajaran Biologi at SMA Negeri 1 Payangan, Kab. Gianyar as many as 34 students. The data collection instrument in this study used an intrapersonal intelligence scale of 36 items and a disciplined attitude scale of 34 items. Researchers used a questionnaire using a Likers scale in the form of a Check List (√). The level of validity (validity) on the intrapersonal intelligence scale and the discipline attitude scale are all valid (valid). The data obtained were then analyzed using correlation analysis. The results showed that students had high intrapersonal intelligence and disciplined attitudes towards online-based learning, namely 91.5%. That is, the higher the intrapersonal intelligence of students, the higher the discipline attitude towards online-based learning. Based on the results of the correlation calculation, p (sig) = 0.73, the price of p shows a value greater than 0.05. So the hypothesis which states that there is a positive and significant relationship between intrapersonal intelligence and disciplined students' attitudes towards online-based learning for students of class XI MIPA A Pembelajaran Biologi at SMA Negeri 1 Payangan, Kab. Gianyar, accepted
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