Introduction. The aim of the study was to assess the efficiency of learning complex movement tasks with the use of different types of verbal feedback. Material and methods. Thirteen students randomly assigned to two groups (E&P=7; P=6) took part in the study. Results. In learning a movement task verbal information on errors and correctness (E&P) was more efficient than verbal information on correctness (P). Conclusion. At early stages too much information hinders the process of learning.