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This study aims to explore and validate the instrument of Flipgrid acceptance through Modified TAM Model in students’ video presentations. This study is a completely quantitative study that uses survey method using questionnaire procedure. A total of 256 students were involved as respondents in this study. The data were analyzed descriptively using Alpha Cronbach reliability and Explanatory Factor Analysis (EFA). There were 18 respondents have been removed due to outliers in normality analysis. The results of the normality achieved showed that Alpha Cronbach value was 0.974 which was more than 0.60. Results from the exploration factor analysis showed seven factors with Eigen values greater than 1.0. The KMO value (Kaiser-Meyer-Olkin) 0.954>0.6 indicated the items in the variable of Flipgrid acceptance sufficient for inter-correlation. While the Bartlett Test was significant (Chi Square 10295.506, p <0.05). No items were excluded and all the values of factor loading obtained were more than 0.50, a minimum value for new items. The total variance explained by the seven factors was 48.4% which considered as sufficient and acceptable as it did not exceed the minimum 50%. Thus, the overall findings showed that the items for the Flipgrid Acceptance through Modified TAM Model in students’ video presentation can be measured and answered research questions. A total of 44 items were validated and suitable for measuring the construct of Flipgrid Acceptance through Modified TAM Model in students’ video presentation.