20 Amazing Ways To Do Your Quran Revision [Hifz]
Someone asked how to revise Qur'ān. How do you revise Qur'ān quickly? I have already shared many methods, tips, and tricks for you concerning Hifz revision .
Recently, I was doing some searching and going through my notes and found a list that I saved. It was a list of revision methods that was put together by someone at an institute for Qur'ān memorisation in Buraydah, Saudi Arabia around 15 years ago. I wanted to share some of them and add some to it.
The list illustrates how many ways there are to approach revision.
I pray this will prove useful.
1. A daily routine to revise before your prayer (salāh)
I've shared a method on how to revise before and after salāh . This approach is slightly different.
You commit to praying every salāh at a certain time and place. For those who are able to, this would be with the congregational prayers at the mosque. You'll walk it to the prayer every time. Before every salāh, you need to have a set amount to revise. On your way, while walking to the prayer, you will revise.
Having a routine, and a clear system is essential for revision.
2. Revise after dhuhr, memorise after 'Ishā'
The method shared here was as follows:
- Recite a page from the Qur'ān and then listen to it. [memorisation]
- After finishing, do the same again to solidify.
- After finishing, listen to the pages for revision.
- If there are mistakes throughout the process, correct the mistakes at that moment by repeating them correctly.
This method wasn't too clear to me but it's just listening to your memorisation throughout the day. This can be beneficial for those who struggle with time.
3. The best revision method is through the prayers
Seek help and prayer for facilitation and ease, then recite what you memorised in your prayer. You can read more about how to revise in your salāh . It helps to increase contemplation and elevate your prayers. It helps to solidify your memorisation.
Allāh says: يَـٰٓأَيُّهَا ٱلَّذِينَ ءَامَنُوا۟ ٱسْتَعِينُوا۟ بِٱلصَّبْرِ وَٱلصَّلَوٰةِ O, believers! Always seek comfort (help from Me) through patience and prayer. (2:153)
4. Repetition: The Mauritanian way
The Qur'ān can slip away from us very easily unless we repeat it.
It's not something that's seen just for the memorisation of the Qur'ān, but also when memorising Hadīth or various Islamic texts.
Abū Masʿūd Aḥmad ibn al-Furāt al-Rāzī ,
Used to repeat every ḥadīth 500 times. A man once said to him; ‘I [continuously] forget the narrations that I have memorised!’ ‘Upon you is to revise every single narration 500 times.’ said Abū Masʿūd. “Who is able to do that!’ [complained] the man. Abū Masʿūd replied; “And that is why you people [are not able] to memorise”. (adh-Dhahabī, Shams al-Dīn Muḥammad, Tahdhīb al-Tahdhīb (1/58)).
Abū Bakr al-Abharī al-Mālikī said,
“I read IbnʿAbd al-Ḥākīm’s Mukhtaṣar 500 times, al-Asadīyah 75 times, al-Muwaṭṭá and al-Mabsūṭa 30 times and Ibn al-Barqī’s Mukhtaṣar 70 times.” (al-Qāḍī Iyāḍ, Abū al-Faḍl, Taqrīb al-Masālik (1/427)).
Ibn Kathīr said,
“Abū Bakr al-Anṣārī would recount any issue from a lesson that was asked without having to revise or review the issue. This was possibly due to the fact that in the early stages of his pursuit in seeking knowledge he would repeat every lesson 400 times..” (Ibn Kathīr, Ismāʻīl ibn ʻUmar , al-Bidāyah wa al-Nihāyah (12/227)).
Yaḥyá ibn Maʿīn said,
“We wont know a ḥadīth [by heart] unless we write it down or listen to it 50 times.” (Ibn ʻAsākir, ʻAlī ibn al-Ḥasan, Tārīkh ad-Dimashq (14/65)).
Abū Isḥāq al-Shīrāzī said:
“I used to repeat every issue of qiyās 1000 times, once I finished, I would do the same with the next issue. I would likewise repeat every lesson 1000 times.” (Subkī, Tāj al-Dīn, Ṭabaqāt al-Shāfi ʼIyah al-Kubrā (4/115)).
used to repeat his lesson 50 times.” (adh-Dhahabī, Shams al-Dīn Muḥammad, Siyar Aʻlām an-Nubalāʼ (23/115)).
“I read ar-Risāla 500 times and I would find a new benefit every time I read it.” (an-Nawawī, Yaḥyá ibn Saraf, Tahdhīb al-Asmā (1/59)).
Abū Ishāq ash-Shirāzī :
used to repeat a lesson 100 times and if he was eating resins, he would [only] revise a lesson 70 times.” (al-Jawzī, Abū al-Faraj ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, al-Ḥath ‘alaḤifz al-‘Ilm (p.43)).
al-Ḥaṣan ibn Abī Bakr an-Naysābūrī said;
“The jurist does not put something to memory until he repeats [the issue] 50 times.” (al-Jawzī, Abū al-Faraj ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, al-Ḥath ‘alaḤifz al-‘Ilm (p.43)).
“al-Ḥaṣan narrated that a jurist repeated a lesson in his house so much so that an old woman in the house said to him: ‘Oh God, [even] I have memorised it.” So he asked her to repeat it and so she did. After a few days, he said to her: ‘Old woman, repeat that lesson’ “I have not memorised it.’ she replied, he said: ”I repeat the lesson lest i’m inflicted with what has afflicted you. (al-Jawzī, Abū al-Faraj ʻAbd al-Raḥmān, al-Ḥath ‘ala Ḥifẓ al-‘Ilm (p.44))
A brief look at a Mauritanian method for memorisation
- Write or read the text to someone until you are able to read it perfectly.
- Read the text 300 times from memory, whilst occasionally referring back to check if you have accidentally missed anything.
- Return back to the text and read it 200 times as per point number 2, this time it is not necessarily to read upon someone.
- Finally, read the text again from memory 200 times.
- Read the text that you had memorised previously 150 times from memory before starting a new text.
- Apply the same method as day one on the new text.
- Read the day 1’s text 50 times from memory.
- Read day 2’s text 150 times from memory before starting a new text.
- Read day 2’s text 50 times from memory.
- Read day 3’s text 150 times from memory before starting a new text.
You can read more about the Mauritanian method in more detail.
5. The Friday Method (Weekly)
This is called the Friday method because it's the day to revise your entire week of memorisation. So let's say you begin memorisation on a Saturday, the week will look like this:
- Saturday: 1 page
- Sunday: 1 page + yesterdays
- Monday: 1 page + last two days
- Tuesday: 1 page + last three days
- Wednesday: 1 page + last four days
- Thursday: 1 page + last 5 days
- Friday: revise all six pages.
In a month you have 24 pages memorised and on the last Friday, you'll revise them all. Then test yourself.
6. Group revision
Group revision is a method that is used by many people and circles. I've seen it used in Morocco, Sudan, and Somalia. The basic premise is to have a group of 2-3+ people that have all memorised the same portions to revise together. How?
There are three ways:
- You take turns to recite an āyah by āyah from memory. Person A starts and then person B does the next āyah, and you carry on till you finish.
- You recite a portion from memory āyah by āyah and the group members repeat after you (āyah by āyah) until you finish. Then the next person carries on in the same way.
- You recite an āyah, then the next person recites the same āyah plus the next, and then the next person needs to recite both āyāt plus the next one. In this way, everyone gets to listen and recite as if they are putting a building together brick by brick.
7. The shuffling method
This is when you shift between lines, āyāt, pages/sides or surah when revising Qur'ān between looking and not looking (from memory).
This is a balanced way. It's suited for those of you that struggle with time and need to make revision more approachable, where possible.
For example, you are revising a Juz' (20 pages) -
- on day one , you recite the odd pages by looking (1, 3, 5, 7 etc) and the rest of them without looking.
- on day two , you recite the even pages without looking (1, 3, 5, 7 etc) and the rest of them by looking.
In this way, you shuffle or shift between whatever you have been memorising. This ensures that you can revise everything in a way where you get to recite everything by looking and without looking.
You can read more about the shuffling method .
8. Bulk revision at Fajr or after
This is another popular method. People use the free time they have in the early hours for revision and so they don't need to think about it throughout the day. It's bulk for a reason. Get much as much revision as you can but the revision has to be qualitative. It doesn't matter how much you do as an exact figure. You just keep going within a certain time frame. You could revise a quarter, a half, a Juz, two, three or five Ajzā' - it doesn't matter.
9. Once a month
You make a khatam once a month by revising one Juz' a day. That Juz can be revised in one sitting or it can split into 2, 4 or 8 sessions throughout a day.
10. Read out aloud, pointing and looking inside and then read from memory
This is another method I came across. It uses more senses which can help you remember something even better. By using your sense of touch (pointing), visual, and auditory senses you can memorise better. What you do here is simple. Pick an amount you wish to memorise and start reading out aloud, not looking anywhere else, having your finger on each line and you go along. Then recite it from memory. Each time you get stuck or make a mistake can you note it down or the one listening to you can do it.
11. Reading 1-3 Juz daily by looking and one Juz by heart
It can be done before you sleep and/or after Fajr. You can even combine audio with it. You basically do 1 to 3 Juz by looking - this doesn't mean you simply read it so quickly and you're done. No skim reading. Read it properly. Then do one of them by heart or another by heart. Here is an example:
Day 1 - Juz 1, 2 and 3 by looking. Juz 1 by heart. Day 2 - Juz 2, 3 and 4 by looking. Juz 2 by heart. Day 3 - Juz 3, 4 and 5 by looking. Juz 3 by heart. Day 4 - Juz 4, 5, and 6 by looking. Juz 4 by heart. Day 5 - Juz 5, 6, and 7 by looking. Juz 5 by heart. Day 6 - Juz 6, 7 and 8 by looking. Juz 6 by heart. Day 7 - Juz 7, 8 and 9 by looking. Juz 7 by heart. Day 8 - Juz 8, 9 and 10 by looking. Juz 8 by heart. Day 9 - Juz 9, 10 and 11 by looking. Juz 9 by heart. Day 10 - Juz 10, 11 and 12 by looking. Juz 10 by heart.
This is a sound method. It ensures you get a good cycle of repetition.
12. One Juz a month by looking then one by heart
Similar to the last but you only do one. It might look like this:
Day 1 - Juz 2 by looking. Juz 1 by heart. Day 2 - Juz 3 by looking. Juz 2 by heart. Day 3 - Juz 4 by looking. Juz 3 by heart. Day 4 - Juz 5 by looking. Juz 4 by heart. Day 5 - Juz 6 by looking. Juz 5 by heart. Day 6 - Juz 7 by looking. Juz 6 by heart. Day 7 - Juz 8 by looking. Juz 7 by heart. Day 8 - Juz 9 by looking. Juz 8 by heart. Day 9 - Juz 10 by looking. Juz 9 by heart. Day 10 - Juz 11 by looking. Juz 10 by heart.
13. A Page a Day Per Juz
This is a method that I mentioned previously ( Ottoman Method ) but it's effective for those that don't have much time. You revise a page per Juz every day. You can create various plans for this, it's very flexible. Here is an example:
Day 1 - 1st page of Juz 1-30 Day 2 - 2nd page of Juz 1-30 Day 3 - 3rd page of Juz 1-30 Day 4 - 4th page of Juz 1-30 Day 5 - 5th page of Juz 1-30 Day 6 - 6th page of Juz 1-30 Day 7 - 7th page of Juz 1-30 Day 8 - 8th page of Juz 1-30 Day 9 - 9th page of Juz 1-30 Day 10 - 10th page of Juz 1-30
and so on till day 30. You would do a Qur'ān every month.
You can change it of course. You can do a couple of Juz a day or a couple of pages per day, for example:
Day 1 - 1st page of Juz 1-5 Day 2 - 2nd page of Juz 1-5 Day 3 - 3rd page of Juz 1-5
Day 1 - 2 pages of Juz 1-5 Day 2 - next 2 pages of Juz 1-5 Day 3 - next 2 pages of Juz 1-5.
14. The Rule of Five (weekly cycle)
You make moves in five. “Whoever recites five, never forgets” is a popular saying amongst scholars, especially in Egypt and Syria. The reason for this is their personal experience and the experience of their teachers. The average number of verses that were revealed at a time was 5 over 23 years of revelation. Sayyidunā Imām ‘Alī (may Allāh be pleased with him) is attributed to have said, “Whoever memorises five at a time will never forget it” (source to be found).
When we speak of the rule of five in revision, we mean to create a cycle of five. You cover everything you know within 5-to-6 days. The key is to build up to it. Although this is one method, you can do anything for your own cycle but a week is ideal as a minimum. Let’s say for example you’ve memorised half of the 30th, you’ll revise 2 pages daily (or a set number of surah). Every 5 days, you’ll begin from the first 2 pages again. That’s a full cycle. If you’ve memorised more, say 3 juz’, then you’ll begin revising half a juz’ (10 pages) daily. You can add to it slowly as you increase your memorisation.
A weekly cycle progression will look like:
15. Revise a quarter daily and a quick review of 2 Juz'
What you do here is to revise a quarter daily (from memory or both by looking and off memory). After this, you recite 2 Juz' by looking (but I would suggest you do a shuffle).
16. Recite 2 Juz' a day and repeat 1 Juz' every day for two weeks
This is based on a two-week cycle. Recite 2 Juz' a day so that you're finished in two weeks. This can be done by looking. You will also repeat 1 Juz' every day from memory. This can be the same Juz' each day or it can be one after the other.
17. Recite one Juz' per half of the Qur'ān
If you've memorised the Qur'ān, you can revise by doing Juz' 1 and Juz' 15, then Juz' 2 and Juz' 16 and so and so forth. This ensures a shorter cycle.
18. Follow the 20 x 1 x 1 method
After you memorise your portion from the Qur'ān, whatever method you adopt, then repeat it 20 times in a row. Then repeat it again after an hour once and then once again before going to sleep. The next day and during the rest of the week, repeat your portions 20 times a day at intervals, such as repeating 5 times after each prayer. The next week we take a new portion and treat it the same way. Once you finish a Juz', repeat it 15-20 times.
19. Listening and reciting
The method here is to listen to the Qur'ān and whilst doing so, you must recite with it out loud. Be faster than the reciter you're listening to. Anticipate and find your mistakes. But here's the challenge, you can't always listen to all of it. You should listen to a page and recite with it and then pause it, and now recite the page yourself. Alternatively, you can listen to one page and then you must recite the next page without listening. In this way, you can alternate between listening and reciting yourself. The next time, you go to this Juz' or portion again, you can do it the other way around. You can also pause randomly, in the middle of an āyah, or at the end of an āyah, and you must continue yourself. This is a method suited to those that have focus issues and those who are on the move, or short of time.
20. Revise by dividing everything out across the day
This starts by reciting some of your revision before going to sleep. When waking up, you do some more. Then try to divide a few pages across different times in the day.
A lot to think about and try here. Much of it can be adapted and changed to meet your own circumstances. Ultimately, you need to find a system that works for you in terms of consistency. For example, if you're able to maintain a Juz' a day then do that.
There are many other revision methods that you can read about on the site.
May Allāh make it easier for you!
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How To Revise The Memorized Quran
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How To Review Memorized Quran
It is narrated from Aisha R.A that the Prophet ﷺ said:
“The one who recites the Quran and learns it by heart will be with the noble righteous scribes (in heaven) and the one who exerts himself to learn Quran by heart and recites it with great difficulty will have a double reward.” [Sahih Al-Bukhari]
Being a memorizer is a great virtue, and people believe that only those chosen by God think about how to memorize the Qur’an or how to properly revise the memorization of the Qur’an to become a practicing Hafiz . There are many rewards for Hafiz in Islam, and Allah Almighty will bestow His countless blessings on him in this world and the Hereafter as well.
As prophet Muhammad PBUH said:
“The best amongst you is the one who learns the Qur’an and teaches it.” [Sahih Al-Bukhari]
The main motive for the work of memorizing the Qur’an and learning how to revise the Qur’an effectively should be to please God Almighty and to teach the Qur’an to others just for His sake. Memorizing the Qur’an is the best a Muslim can imagine for himself but forgetting it afterwards is certainly not what we aspire to. I remember one time my friend Hafez could not remember a verse while he was reciting it, and he felt embarrassed at that moment. I made him think about how to revise memorizing the Qur’an properly and devote more time to revising and reciting the Qur’an. Start with 4-5 portions a day to ensure that you don’t forget even a single Quranic verse in the future.
If you are wondering how to revise the Quran or make it stronger, you are in the right place. Here in this article you will find answers to all questions and doubts related to memorizing the Qur’an.
Here’s how you can improve your Hifz!
To know how to revise the Holy Quran perfectly, you need to be completely sincere and honest with yourself because only you know the surah that needs more time and effort.
Making a plan to revise the Qur’an can be the first step towards memorizing the Qur’an so that it will not be forgotten again.
Quran memorization schedule for review
Here, we have compiled some plans on how to review Qur’an memorization, each suitable for different categories of memorization. You can also make one or more of them part of your routine or start using the Quran memorization chart to start your revision journey today!
1. Timetable for revision of the Qur’an:
Prepare a schedule to review the Qur’an according to the five daily prayers and read it before the prayer. Design the schedule as per your convenience and need to revise Surat. Make sure to recite a different surah in each rak’ah to review them all. It is considered one of the best ways of how to review the memorization of the Qur’an as you can quickly review many surahs in one day.
2. Reviewing according to the chapters:
Revise at least two surahs or one surah a day if you are very busy. Review and recite two surahs or more on the weekend or any holiday. Keep balance with the fence and pair them up according to their lengths. For example, pair a long surah with a short surah, and do not pair two long surahs together. With this method, you will not have much burden on yourself.
3. Set a time period:
Set the time period to review your Quran memorization and review your Hifz at that time. For example, pull 30 to 40 minutes in the morning and the same at night, choose the method you prefer on how to review the Holy Quran, and strictly follow the time duration of the review.
Reviewing the Qur’an by juz’ is one of the most common and easiest ways when considering how to review the Holy Qur’an. Many people follow the practice of reviewing 3 portions per day. They review the first part after Fajr, the second after Asr, and the third part after Isha. In this way, they complete the revision of the Qur’an in only 10 days. But if you are busy and cannot follow this practice, try to review two portions a day and finish within 15 days.
You can choose the method that suits you best from the previous methods of how to review the Holy Quran according to your time availability.
How to Revise Memorized Quran in a better way?
When you have memorized a certain part of the Qur’an or even half of a part, try to read a certain number of pages by heart every day. A straightforward approach could be to review learning for the next part at the same time. If you have memorized a juz, review 4 pages per day while you are still learning more juz’ of the Quran. By reviewing 4 pages a day, you will complete your saved Juz review in 5 days, and you can start reviewing it again from the first page on the sixth day. This is one of the easiest and most effective ways to review the Holy Quran.
Quran memorization techniques
Here are some methods that you can follow to quickly memorize the Qur’an and strengthen the memorizer.
- Recite Quranic verses loud enough for you to hear them yourself. This will help you memorize the Quran easily.
- Use Quran memorization charts and tools regularly.
- While reviewing the verses, it is preferable to read their meanings as it makes them more understandable.
- If you are memorizing the Qur’an at home, ask someone to supervise you (preferably a hafiz), either your mother, brother or sister, or a Qur’an teacher.
- Never compare yourself to another person, whether you learn faster or slower than them because everyone has different learning abilities and abilities.
- Always ask God for help!
What to do if you have forgotten some of your Hifz?
Have you forgotten to memorize the Qur’an because of insufficient time to review and revise it? Don’t feel bad about it because it’s never too late to remember the forgotten parts. What would be better than starting today?
Here are some tips on how to revise the Holy Quran to get back on track.
- First, read the whole Quran once to find out the forgotten part or verses. When you know which parts you forgot or where you were weak, you can quickly begin to review them. Start by reviewing just one portion per day and follow this routine for at least a month. Give more time to the forgotten part to make the hifz stronger. Now add another portion and go back to 2 then 3 portions per day and keep adding until you reach 5 portions per day. It seems like a lot at first, but if you gradually progress you will find it easy to revise 5 portions a day, one after each salah.
- Try listening to Quran recitation when you are busy and can’t read it by yourself. For example, while cooking or doing housework, driving, and while trying to sleep. This is one of the best ways how to review the Holy Quran that can make it stronger.
- Recite the already memorized Quran whenever you get a little time during the daylight hours to strengthen your hives. Like revising a few pages of the memorized part while driving to work or after praying.
The above methods on how to review the Qur’an when forgetting may not work for everyone, but they have been tried and tested by many. We hope and pray to God to help you memorize the Qur’an, God willing (Amen).
Struggling with Hifz?
Memorizing the Qur’an and choosing the best way to review the memorization of the Qur’an may not be very easy, and you may struggle with memorizing the Qur’an. But that shouldn’t stop you from doing Hifz because everything takes time and effort. If you’re struggling with Hifz, start by saving small portions first. Once it seems appropriate, gradually increase the length of the segments. In this way, you can reduce your suffering and quickly memorize the Qur’an.
FAQs regarding Hifz
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions by conservation software around the world:
– How long does it take to become a hafiz?
The time required to become a motivator is different for almost everyone as it depends on your ability to learn and your dedication of time. If you have a busy schedule and can’t memorize more than 3 verses a day, it will take about 9-10 years to memorize the entire Qur’an. But if you decide to devote most of your day to memorizing the Qur’an, then in sha Allah you will become a memorizer in one year to a year and a half.
– How to Do Hifz at Home?
Have you ever thought about going to an institute to memorize the Qur’an and did not have time for that? Let me tell you that you can memorize the Quran at home. Yes, with the continuous development of technology, it is now possible to learn and memorize the Quran at home. There are many online Quran teachers who help people memorize the Quran while they are at home.
– How to maintain Hifz?
After you have finished memorizing your Qur’an, preserving it is an enormous responsibility. To maintain it, you must know how to properly review the Qur’an and do your best to maintain your focus. Also, stick to the revision plan you create or use the above methods.
– Can I Memorize Quran Quickly?
If you want to memorize the Qur’an quickly, you should make a quick memorization scheme. The memorization plan should contain the number of verses you want to memorize per day and the time period for quick memorization.
All of the above tips, techniques, and methods may work for one person and not for others, but there is always one thing or the other for everyone. Remember that self-dedication and focus are the most important keys to answering your question of how to review the Holy Quran? Learn and memorize the Qur’an with great passion and motivation.
However, if you are looking to memorize the Quran and feel the need for supervision, we recommend visiting the Quran Memorization Course with a free trial . Also, do not miss reviewing the Preserved Qur’an whenever you have the opportunity.
May Allah Almighty make it easy for you (Ameen).
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How To Revise Quran Hifz?
It is narrated from Aisha R.A that the Prophet ﷺ said:
“The one who recites the Quran and learns it by heart will be with the noble righteous scribes (in heaven) and the one who exerts himself to learn Quran by heart and recites it with great difficulty will have a double reward.”
Being a Hafiz is a great virtue, and people believe that only those selected by Allah think about how to memorize Quran or how to revise Quran Hifz properly to become a practicing Hafiz . There are many rewards for a Hafiz in Islam, and Allah SWT will shower His countless blessings on him in this world and the afterworld as well.
As prophet Muhammad PBUH said:
“The best amongst you is the one who learns the Qur’an and teaches it.”
The main motive for doing Quran Hifz and learning how to revise Quran Hifz effectively must be pleasing Allah SWT and teaching Quran to others only for the sake of Him. Memorizing Quran is the best thing a Muslim can imagine for himself but forgetting it after is definitely not what we look forward to. I remember once my hafiz friend could not recall a verse while reciting, and he felt embarrassed at that moment. It made him think of how to revise Quran Hifz properly and dedicated more time to Quran revision and recitation. He began with 4-5 Juz a day to ensure not to forget even a single Quranic verse in the future.
If you are wondering how to revise Quran Hifz or make it stronger, you’re at the right place. Here in this article, you will find the answers to all your Quran Hifz related questions and doubts.
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- To know how to revise Quran Hifz perfectly, you have to be completely sincere and truthful with yourself because only you know which Surah needs more time and effort.
- Having a Quran revision plan can be the first step towards rememorizing Quran in order not to forget again.
Quran Hifz Timetable for Revision
Here, we have collected some plans on how to revise Quran Hifz, each suitable for different categories of Huffadh. You can also make one or more of them a part of your routine or start using the Quran Memorization schedule to start your revision journey today!
1. Quran revision timetable:
Prepare a Quran revision timetable in accordance with the five prayers and look at it before offering Salah. Design the schedule as per your convenience and the need for revision of a Surah. Make sure to recite a different Surah in each Rak’ah to revise all of them. It is regarded as one of the best methods on how to revise Quran Hifz as you can quickly revise many Surahs in a day.
2. Revise according to Surahs:
Revise two or at least one Surah a day if you are very busy. Revise and recite two or more Surahs on weekends or any holiday. Keep a balance with Surahs and pair them according to their lengths. For example, pair a lengthy Surah with a short Surah, and don’t pair two long Surahs together. By using this way, you will not have a lot of burden on yourself.
3. Set a time duration:
Decide on a time duration for your Quran Hifz revision and revise your Hifz in that time. For example, pull out 30 to 40 minutes in the morning and the same at night, pick the way you prefer on how to revise Quran Hifz, and strictly follow the time duration for revision.
4. By Juz:
Revising Quran by Juz is one of the most popular and easiest ways when thinking of how to revise Quran Hifz. Many people follow the practice of revising 3 Juz a day. They revise the first Juz after Fajr, the second one after Asr, and the third Juz after Isha’. This way, they complete their Quran revision in just 10 days. But if you are busy and cannot follow this practice, try revising two Juz a day and finish in 15 days.
You can pick the way that suits you best of the previous ways of how to revise Quran Hifz according to your time availability.
How to Revise Memorized Quran in a better way?
When you finish memorizing a certain Juz/part of the Quran or even half of a Juz, make a practice of reading a particular number of pages by heart daily. A straightforward approach can be revising meanwhile learning the next part. If you have memorized a Juz, revise 4 pages a day while still learning more parts of the Quran. By revising 4 pages a day, you will complete your memorized Juz review in 5 days, and you can start revising it again from the first page on the 6th day. This is one of the easiest and most effective ways on how to revise Quran Hifz.
Quran Memorization Techniques
Here are a few techniques you can follow to memorize Quran quickly and make your Hifz strong.
- Recite the memorizing Quranic ayahs loud enough to hear it yourself. This will help you memorize the Quran easily.
- Use Quran Memorization Planners and Tools regularly.
- While revising ayahs, it is preferrable to read their meanings as it makes them more comprehendible.
- If you are doing Quran hifz at home, ask someone to supervise you (preferably Hafiz), either your mother, brother, sister , or a Quran tutor.
- Don’t ever compare yourself with someone else, whether you’re learning faster or slower than them because everyone has different learning powers and abilities.
- Always ask Allah for help!
What to do if you have forgotten some of your Hifz?
Have you forgotten your memorized Quran due to insufficient time for revising and reviewing it? Don’t feel bad about it because it is never too late to rememorize the forgotten parts. What would be better than starting today?
Here are a few tips on how to revise Quran Hifz to get back on track.
- First, read the entire Quran once to find out the forgotten Juz or verses. When you know which parts you have forgotten or in which you are weak, you can quickly start revising them. Start with revising only 1 Juz daily and follow this routine for, at least, a month. Give more time to the forgotten part to make the hifz stronger. Now add another Juz and revise 2 then 3 Juz daily and keep on adding until you reach 5 Juz a day. It initially seems a lot, but if you progress gradually, you will find it easy to revise 5 Juz a day, one after each Salah.
- Try listening to Quran recitation when you are busy and cannot recite it yourself. For example, during cooking or doing chores, driving, and while trying to sleep. This is one of the best ways on how to revise Quran Hifz that can make it way stronger.
- Recite already memorized Quran whenever you get a little time during day hours to make your hifz stronger. Such as revising a few pages of your memorized Juz during driving to work or after Salah.
The methods mentioned above on how to revise Quran when forgetting might not work for everyone, but they are tried and tested by many. We hope and pray that it will help you with your Quran hifz In Shaa Allah (Ameen).
Struggling with Hifz ?
Memorizing Quran and picking the best of how to revise Quran Hifz may not be very easy, and you might struggle with the Quran Hifz. But that should not stop you from doing Hifz because everything takes time and effort. If you struggle with Hifz, start memorizing small portions first. Once it seems convenient, increase the length of the parts gradually. This way, you can lessen your struggle and quickly memorize Quran.
FAQs Regarding Hifz
Here are some of the most asked questions by Huffadh all around the world :
– How Long Does It Take to Become A Hafiz?
The required time to become a Hafiz is different for almost everyone because it depends on your learning capacity and time dedication. If you have a busy schedule and cannot memorize more than 3 verses a day, it will take around 9-10 years to Hifz the Quran completely. But if you decide to dedicate most of your day to Quran Hifz, you will In Shaa Allah become a hafiz in 1 to 1.5 years.
– How to Do Hifz at Home?
Have you ever thought of going to an institute for memorizing Quran but didn’t have time for it? Let me tell you that you can hifz Quran at home. Yes, with the technology growing continuously, it has now become possible to learn and memorize Quran at home. There are many online Quran tutors helping people to Hifz Quran while being at home.
– How to maintain Hifz?
After completing your Quran Hifz, maintaining it is an immense responsibility. To maintain it, you must know how to revise Quran Hifz properly and try your best to stay focused. Also, stick to the revision plan you create or use of the above-mentioned ways.
– Can I Memorize Quran Quickly?
If you want to memorize Quran quickly, then you should make a quick memorization planner. A memorization planner should contain the number of ayahs you want to Hifz daily and the time duration for quick memorization.
All the tips, techniques, and methods mentioned above might work for someone and not for others, but there is always one thing or the other for everyone. Remember that self-dedication and focus is the most important key to address your question how to revise Quran Hifz ? Learn and Hifz Quran with passion and great motivation.
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How To Revise The Memorized Quran? Full Guide
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The Quran is the sacred religious text of Islam and Allah’s final and complete revelation. All over the world, Muslims consider it the word of Allah, revealed to the prophet Muhammed through Gabriel.
Muslims study, memorize, and recite Quran as part of daily prayers. Being a Quran memorizer is a great virtue, as Allah will grant Quran memorizers countless blessings in life and the Hereafter.
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How to memorize the Quran without forgetting it ( Golden Method)?
There are several ways to revise the memorized Quran. Here are a few suggestions on how to revise the memorized Quran:
1. Create a revision schedule
Divide the Quran into manageable portions and allocate a specific time every day or every week to revise the parts of the Quran you have memorized. It is essential to be consistent with your revision schedule. Consistency is the key when it comes to retaining information.
2. Recite the Quran daily
Try to recite the Quran day-to-day, even just a few verses. That will help you retain the memorization.
3. Recite out loud
Recite the verses out loud during your revision sessions. That will help reinforce your memory by engaging multiple senses.
4. Use resources
Utilize resources like recordings of recitations of the Quran, especially recitations that feature the verses you have memorized. That can help you pick up any mistakes you may be making and also reinforce correct pronunciation.
Furthermore, you can use written copies of the Quran and mobile apps that can help you navigate through different chapters of the Quran.
5. Find a partner
Find a study partner to work together on reviewing and correcting each other’s recitations.
A Quranic revision partner can provide motivation, give feedback on your recitation, and help you identify errors.
6. Attend Quranic classes
Joining Quranic classes, whether online or offline, can provide access to teachers and peers who can guide and support your revision process.
7. Seek guidance from a qualified scholar
Consult a knowledgeable scholar in Quranic recitation to receive specific guidance to help you revise the Quran effectively. You can also ask him to clarify doubts, seek advice, or provide feedback on your pronunciation and accuracy.
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Setting Quran Revision Plan
A Quran revision plan is significant for anyone who wants to maintain Quran Hifz. The Quran is a holy book that guides all aspects of life, and regular revision helps to reinforce this guidance in our minds and hearts.
A revision plan can help us stay on track with our memorization, ensuring we do not forget the memorized Quran. That can be especially helpful for those who find it difficult to make time for regular Quranic study.
Furthermore, a Quran revision plan can help us to identify portions where we need to focus our efforts. Revising certain sections or chapters can strengthen our understanding and mastery of those portions. Additionally, a revision plan can help us to establish goals for our Quranic study and track our progress over time.
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Quran Memorization Guide
Here is a sample Quran Revision schedule that you can modify according to your needs and abilities:
1. First Week
Revise the last Juz (part) of the Quran, which includes Surah An-Naba, An-Naziat, Abasa, At-Takweer, Al-Infitar, Al-Mutafifeen, etcetera.
2. Second Week
Revise the second last Juz of the Quran, which includes Surah Al-Mulk, Al-Qalam, Al-Haqqah, Al-Ma’arij, Nuh, Al-Jinn, Al-Muzzammil, Al-Muddathir, Al-Qiyamah, Al-Mursalat, and Al-Insan.
3. Third Week
Revise Juz 28 which includes, Al-Mujadilah, Al-Hashr, Al-Mumtahanah, As-Saf, Al-Jumu’ah, Al-Munafiqun, At-Taghabun, At-Talaq, and At-Tahrim.
4. Fourth Week
Revise from Surah An-Naba to Surah Ar-Room (Juz 27 to Juz 21).
5. Fifth Week
Revise from Surah Al-Ankabut to Surah Al-Hajar (Juz 20 to Juz 14).
6. Sixth Week
Revise from Surah Ibrahim to Surah Al-A’raf (Juz 13 to Juz 8).
7. Seventh Week
Revise from Surah Al-An’am to Surah An-Nisa(Juz 7 to Juz 4).
8. Eighth Week
Revise Surah Al Imran (Juz 4 to Juz 3).
9. Ninth Week
Revise Surah Al-Baqarah and Al-Fatiha (Juz 3 to Juz 1).
10. Tenth Week
Revise the entire Juz 30 to 16.
11. Eleventh Week
Revise the entire Juz 15 to 1.
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Quran revision timetable
Creating a timetable for Quranic revision is an effective way to manage your time and ensure consistent progress. A well-structured timetable can help you allocate specific time slots for different portions of the Quran, making it easier to track your revision. Below is a sample timetable that you can customize according to your needs:
How to revise the Quran quickly?
Revising the Quran quickly requires a focused and strategic approach. While the aim is to expedite the process, it is crucial to maintain the quality of your revision to ensure accurate retention and proper pronunciation. Here are some strategies to revise the Quran quickly:
Prioritize Key Portions
Identify the portions that are most challenging for you or that you haven’t revisited in a while. Prioritize these in your revision schedule.
Divide the Quran into manageable sections, such as a certain number of pages or verses, and focus on revising these chunks in each session.
Use Audio Recitations
Listening to audio recitations by renowned Qaris can help reinforce your memorization. You can listen while doing other tasks, effectively multitasking.
Set a timer for each revision session to maintain focus and assess how much you can comfortably revise in a set period. This will help you allocate time more effectively.
Test yourself regularly on the portions you have revised. Active recall is a powerful technique for reinforcing memory.
If possible, revise with a partner or under the supervision of a qualified teacher. Immediate feedback can help you correct mistakes on the spot.
Consistency Over Quantity
It’s better to revise consistently for shorter periods than to cram a large portion in one go. Consistency aids long-term retention.
Use Quranic memorization apps that offer features like tracking your progress, offering quizzes, and providing audio-visual aids for better retention.
Always start and end your revision sessions with a prayer for better focus, understanding, and retention.
Review and Adjust
Regularly review your progress and adjust your revision techniques or timetable as needed.
While the aim is to revise quickly, it’s important not to rush through the verses. Proper pronunciation and understanding should not be compromised.
Mistakes To Avoid When Revising The Memorized Quran
Here are some general tips to avoid when revising memorized material:
1. Rushing through the revision process
Take your time to revise and understand each Surah or verse thoroughly.
2. Neglecting pronunciation and recitation rules
Focus on the correct pronunciation of each word and follow the recitation rules.
3. Memorizing without understanding
Ensure that you understand the meaning of each Surah or verse to help you remember it better.
4. Lack of consistency and dedication
Make a consistent effort to revise the Quran. That will help you not to forget what you have memorized when you revise with sincerity and dedication.
5. Not seeking feedback
Try to get feedback from a skilled reciter or someone knowledgeable in Quranic studies to help you improve your recitation and understanding.
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Best age to memorize the Quran:
The optimal age for memorizing the Quran can vary from individual to individual, depending on various factors such as cognitive development, learning environment, and personal commitment. However, there are some general observations and scholarly insights that can guide this discussion.
Early Childhood (Ages 5-12)
Many scholars and educators advocate for early childhood as the best age for Quranic memorization. During this period, the brain exhibits high plasticity, making it easier to memorize and retain new information (Al-Saadi, 2002). Additionally, children in this age group usually have fewer responsibilities and distractions, allowing them to focus more on memorization.
Adolescence (Ages 13-19)
Adolescence is another period where memorization can be effective, although the individual may face more distractions and responsibilities, such as school and social commitments. However, adolescents may have a better understanding of the text, which can aid in retention (Al-Qaradawi, 2007).
Adulthood (Ages 20 and above)
Adults can also successfully memorize the Quran, although it may require more effort and time compared to younger individuals. The advantage for adults is that they can better appreciate the meaning and context of the verses, which can enhance retention and understanding (Al-Ghazali, 2005).
Factors to Consider
- Cognitive Abilities : Younger individuals generally find it easier to memorize new information.
- Time Commitment : Younger individuals often have more free time to dedicate to memorization.
- Understanding : Older individuals may have a better grasp of the meaning behind the verses.
- Personal Commitment : Regardless of age, personal dedication and sincerity are crucial for successful memorization.
Does memorizing the Quran improve memory?
The act of memorizing the Quran is often cited as an exercise that can improve memory and cognitive functions. While empirical research on this specific subject is limited, several studies in the field of cognitive psychology and neuroscience suggest that the act of memorization can indeed have a positive impact on memory and other cognitive skills. Below are some reasons why memorizing the Quran may improve memory:
Memorizing the Quran involves various cognitive processes, including attention, encoding, and retrieval. This level of cognitive engagement can stimulate neural pathways, potentially leading to improved memory functions (Baddeley, 2014).
Repetition and Reinforcement
The traditional methods used in Quranic memorization often involve repetition and reinforcement, which are proven techniques for memory enhancement (Ebbinghaus, 1885).
The structured approach to memorizing the Quran, often involving a syllabus and regular revision, can help in developing disciplined learning habits that are beneficial for cognitive function.
Emotional and Spiritual Engagement
The emotional and spiritual aspects of Quranic memorization can also contribute to better memory retention. Emotional engagement is known to enhance memory (LaBar & Cabeza, 2006).
Improved Focus and Concentration
The act of memorization requires a high level of focus and concentration, skills that are transferable to other areas requiring memory.
The brain’s ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections is known as neuroplasticity. Activities that engage the brain, like memorization, can promote neuroplasticity, which in turn can improve memory and other cognitive functions (Draganski et al., 2006).
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Studying and memorizing the Quran is a never-ending process. Daily maintenance is required. If possible, devote your time to studying the Quran without taking breaks. Insha’Allah, the following article will address how to revise various types of huffadh. Remember that DUAS created at TAHAJJUD; genuine devotion, perseverance, and strenuous effort may strengthen even the weakest high. Remember the power of our duas, the prayers that will spur us on to more extraordinary tenacity and step in serving our just cause. We will accomplish it if we have the intestinal fortitude to do so. When we put our minds to something, nothing can stop us. Discipline is for wimps, but passion is fearless. With love, you have to keep going. Just keep the mind that Huffadh is created, not born. I pray that Allaah swt gives us a heart for serving the Quran. Amen
Refreshing one’s recollection of the verses and checking for accuracy is part of revising Quran Hifz. Constant recitation, a revision plan, listening to recitations, group study, memory methods, seeking guidance, and persistence are all necessary for mastery of Quran Hifz. These are several strategies for reviewing and refreshing one’s knowledge of the Quran. Completing hifz, or memorizing the Quran, is generally regarded as a noble endeavor in Islam.
How to Revise Quran (Hifz):
The ability to memorize the Qur’an and then review it to become a practicing Hafiz is a significant value. Many believe that only those specially selected by God give such consideration. Hafiz is highly regarded in Islam and will be showered with numerous benefits from Allah (the All-Mighty) in this life and the next.
According to the words of the Prophet Muhammad, may God bless him and those who follow him.
Those who study and impart the Qur’an are considered the finest among you.
Source: [Al-Bukhari and Muslim]
Understanding how to review the Qur’an successfully and to commit to memorization for pleasing God Almighty and spreading His Word should be the primary goal of anybody who takes on the task. The greatest that a Muslim may hope for is to learn the Qur’an by heart, yet we don’t want to memorize it only to lose it later. One day, while delivering a poem, my buddy Hafez blanked and felt ashamed. I prompted him to consider how to review his Qur’an memorization better and encouraged him to spend more time on these activities. Beginning with four to five servings daily will help you memorize the Quran and avoid forgetting any verses.
You’ve come to the right site if you’ve ever wanted to know how to improve the Quran or make it more relevant today.
Continuous recitation: You may preserve the Quran’s teachings in your mind by reciting them from memory regularly. Devote some time daily to reciting the passages you’ve learned by heart.
Timetable for Reviewing:
Put down a routine that will enable you to review the Quran and improve your understanding of it consistently. One way to do this is to schedule regular rewriting sessions once a day or once a week.
Pay attention to readings:
Learn the Quran better and faster by listening to recitations from seasoned reciters.
In a group setting:
Get together with other individuals trying to memorize the Quran, and you can all help each other with your studies. Keeping yourself motivated is a great way to boost your memory retention.
Hafiz, with a solid hifz,
A hafiz can recite all of his ajza in 30–40 minutes with no more than three faults in any given juzz. It’s probably OK to make up to five grammatical errors and a few pauses within hearing distance of any shuyukh. Most huffadh can go through their juzz in less than 20 minutes, but that’s not encouraged. To adhere to the tajweed norms, we recommend a recitation speed at which all words and letters may be spoken.
Any recitation of the Quran must adhere to the rules of tajweed, as they were revealed with it. A Muslim woman has no option but to observe tajweed.
A total of 30 ajza.
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Please review the whole document before attempting to repeat it for an exam or to the instructor. Huffadh doesn’t always consult the Quran when they recite; sometimes, they rely on memory instead. This is something to avoid. We may best prepare for recitation by reviewing the text of the Quran with an eye on identifying and correcting any errors we make.
The bare minimum is three monthly cycles or three juzz per day. Strong hifz can be maintained on at least three ajza per day.
Try for two ajza if three is too much of a burden—two days, one in the a.m. and one in the p.m. So don’t allow the time you’d spend revising to take over your day.
In the opinion of full-time huffadh:
If you’re dedicated to your Hifdh study and can complete six cycles a month, you should aim to accomplish five juzz daily. If you or your kid is a recent hafiz, it is essential to follow this technique. Constant review at a rate of 5 juzz daily for at least the first three months will cement the hifz in sha Allah.
You may still strengthen your hifdh by implementing this 5-a-day revision strategy on rare occasions when you are not studying full time, such as during the summer, winter, or spring breaks.
Check your knowledge at random; give yourself a test every day using the ajza you’re studying.
The task at hand is to concentrate on the mutashabihat and note them. Take note of the discrepancies between the various chapters. It would help if you made mental associations between mutashabih ayahs and the surahs from which they were taken.
Make notes in the margins of your mushaf to keep track of the mutashabihat ayah.
The following is an excerpt from surah about:
Think back to” “from.”
The hooded iteration is shortened.
Attend periodic review examinations if offered by your madrasah or local hifz institution. If you don’t have anybody to test you, you may always ask your family to do so, in sha Allah.
As a rule, a hafiz will encounter two challenges during recitation: errors and pauses. We should investigate them more.
A mistake is anything a hafiz can’t fix in the first few seconds, even if he’s taken back by a few ayahs. After being informed, he remembered it.
Please don’t be shy in pointing out your flaws, and then show more bravery in overcoming them. If you strive to remember and perfect the Quran, you are a Mujahid on the front lines with his nafs(). Consider the payoff, take comfort in the Quraan of Ar Rahmaan, and go on. Sincerely pursuing this goal will result in Allah filling your soul with His sublime teachings. Whoa, what a haul! What a priceless gem we have found! Our hearts are filled with Allah’s teachings. When we appreciate the magnitude of our mission, we won’t take any chances.
When a hafiz makes an error or is brought back by an ayah, he often corrects himself by pausing for a while.
Perks of learning how to revise:
It would help if you memorized Quranic passages through repetition, imagery, and association.
While making changes to Quran Hifz, consistency is of the utmost importance. Make studying a consistent component of your schedule.
Among the many compelling arguments for updating Quran Hifz are the following:
Safeguarding the Holy Quran:
Muslims keep the sacred text alive in their memories by memorizing passages from the Quran. This safeguards the integrity of Islam by preventing the Quran from being lost or corrupted through time.
Relationship with the Divine:
Muslims may become closer to Allah by memorizing and reviewing verses of the Quran. Faith is strengthened, and knowledge of Islam is expanded via recitation of the Quran.
The Islamic belief is that one may get significant blessings by memorizing and studying the Quran. Muslims consider memorizing and reciting the Quran an act of worship and submission to Allah.
Learning the Quran by heart is a great way to sharpen one’s mind and boost memory. It’s best achieved through regular practice and self-control, which may increase mental clarity.
The Quran may be taught by those who have memorized it and can share their knowledge with others. To successfully educate others and propagate the message of Islam, Muslims need to review and refresh their recollection of the Quran.
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Best Tips For Quran Revision Online in 2023
Quran memorization and revision are integral parts of Islamic education and practice. Traditionally, Muslims have relied on in-person classes and personal study to learn and revise the Quran. However, with the increasing accessibility and advancements in technology, online learning has become a popular and effective option for Quran revision. In this article, we will explore the best tips and practices for Quran revision online in 2023. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced learner, these guidelines will help you make the most of your online Quran revision experience and achieve your memorization goals.
Introduction to Quran Revision Online
Quran revision is an essential aspect of any Muslim’s life. It helps to reinforce the verses and teachings of the Quran, ensuring that they are never forgotten or lost. With the advent of technology, Quran revision has become easier than ever before with the emergence of online platforms.
What is Quran Online?
Quran Online refers to the use of the internet to access Quranic resources, such as recitations, translations, tafsir, and other relevant materials. This method has become increasingly popular due to its convenience and flexibility.
Why is Quran Revision Online Important?
Quran Revision Online is important because it allows Muslims to keep in touch with their spiritual obligations regardless of their location and schedule. This method is especially beneficial for those individuals who live far away from mosques or those who cannot attend regular Islamic classes due to work or family commitments.
<h1>Why Memorizing the Holy Quran is Important for Muslims</h1>
<h2>A Better Relationship with Allah</h2> <h3>Getting Closer to Allah</h3> Memorizing the Holy Quran is something that all Muslims, whether young or old, should do. It helps us build a stronger connection with Allah. When we memorize the Quran, we are able to recite it whenever we want, which brings us closer to Allah.
<h3>Great Rewards</h3> When we put effort into memorizing the Quran, we are rewarded by Allah. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) said, “It will be said to the companion of the Quran: Recite and rise in status, recite as you used to recite in the world, for your status will be at the last verse that you recite.” This means that those who memorize the Quran will be rewarded with a higher status in the eyes of Allah.
Advantages of Quran Revision Online
The convenience of quran revision online.
Online Quran revision allows individuals to learn and revise at their own pace and convenience. They can access Quranic materials through their laptops, tablets, or mobile phones, making it easy to revise anytime, anywhere.
Cost-effectiveness of Quran Online
Online Quran revision is cost-effective, with most platforms offering free or inexpensive access to various Quranic materials. This approach is helpful for those who do not have the financial resources to attend regular Islamic classes or purchase study materials.
Increased Flexibility and Efficiency with Quran Revision
Online Quran revision is highly flexible, making it easy for busy individuals to balance work or family commitments with their Islamic obligations. Moreover, online platforms typically offer interactive and engaging resources, which can help to increase efficiency and make learning more effective.
Choosing the Right Online Quran Revision Platform
Factors to consider when selecting an online quran revision platform.
When choosing an online Quran revision platform, there are several factors to consider, such as the authenticity of the platform, the quality of resources offered, the availability of qualified instructors, and the level of interaction with other learners.
Top Quran Revision Online Platforms in 2023
Some popular Quran revision online platforms in 2023 include Quran.com, Quranexplorer.com, Bayyinah.tv, and Islamicfinder.org. These platforms offer a range of resources, including recitations, translations, tafsir, and other relevant materials.
Tips for Effective Quran Memorization through Online Revision
Importance of a strong foundation in arabic and tajweed.
A strong foundation in Arabic and Tajweed is crucial for effective Quran memorization. Therefore, learners should prioritize learning the Arabic language and mastering Tajweed rules to improve their comprehension and pronunciation.
Memorization Techniques for Quran Revision Online
There are several memorization techniques that learners can use to improve their Quran revision, such as repetition, visualization, reciting in various tones, and regular review.
Effective Study Habits for Quran Revision Online
To make the most of their Quran revision online, learners should adopt effective study habits, such as setting a regular study schedule, minimizing distractions, reviewing regularly, and seeking guidance from qualified instructors or mentors.
Maximize Your Quran Revision Experience with Online Tools
In today’s digital age, online tools have made Quran revision more accessible and efficient than ever before. From Quran apps to online learning resources, there are numerous tools available to help you enhance your Quranic knowledge and revision experience. By incorporating technology into your Quran revision routine, you can improve your understanding of the Quran and develop a deeper connection with Allah.
Technology Tools for Quran Revision Online
Quran apps such as Quran Companion and Quran Majeed offer features like verse-by-verse translations, recitations by renowned reciters, and daily reminders to help you stay on track. Additionally, online platforms like YouTube offer countless videos on Quranic recitation, interpretation, and memorization. These tools provide an immersive Quranic learning experience and make revision more accessible to anyone, anywhere, and at any time.
Interactive Online Learning Resources for Quran Revision Online
Online courses and webinars are another popular mode of Quranic learning that offer valuable insights into the Quran’s meaning and interpretation. These courses typically include lectures by experts in Quranic studies and interactive discussions that enable learners to clarify their doubts and enhance their understanding of the Quran. Websites like Bayyinah TV and Quran Academy provide such resources.
Developing a Quran Revision Schedule for Online Learning
Effective Quran revision requires a disciplined approach and a well-planned schedule. By setting achievable goals, creating a revision plan, and staying motivated, you can make significant progress in your Quranic knowledge and revision.
Creating a Quran Revision Plan
Plan your Quran revision by setting aside a specific time each day to revise a set number of verses, pages, or chapters. Break your revision into manageable chunks and monitor your progress to stay on track. Make sure to revise regularly and revise what you have learned before moving on to new verses or chapters.
Staying Motivated and Consistent with Quran Revision
Staying motivated is crucial to achieving success in Quranic learning. Surround yourself with peers and mentors who share your passion for Quranic learning. Set realistic goals and reward yourself for meeting them. Write down your Quranic revision goals and track your progress to stay motivated to continue learning.
Best Practices for Quran Revision Online in 2023
Quran revision can be challenging, but with the right mindset and approach, it can be a rewarding experience that enhances your connection with Allah.
Staying Connected with Online Quran Teachers and Peers
Join online communities dedicated to Quranic learning, connect with Quran teachers who share your passion, and seek mentorship from experienced scholars. By doing so, you’ll gain new insights into the Quran’s meaning and deepen your understanding of Islamic teachings.
Practicing Patience and Perseverance with Quran Revision Online
Learning the Quran is a lifelong journey, and it requires patience and perseverance. Don’t be discouraged by setbacks and obstacles; instead, seek help from fellow learners and mentors. Take breaks when needed, reflect on what you’ve learned, and renew your intention to learn the Quran’s message better.
Conclusion: Embracing Quran Revision Online for Improved Learning and Retention
Online Quran revision can be a powerful tool for anyone seeking to deepen their understanding of the Quran and improve their connection with Allah. By incorporating online tools and resources into your Quranic revision routine, creating a revision schedule, staying motivated and connected with others, and practicing patience, you can enhance your Quranic knowledge and make significant progress on your Quran-learning journey.
In summary, Quran revision online provides a convenient, cost-effective, and efficient way to learn and memorize holy book.
By following the tips and best practices outlined in this article, you can enhance your Quran revision experience and achieve your memorization goals successfully. Embrace the power of online learning and make the most of the available technology to deepen your connection with the Quran and strengthen your faith.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Is it possible to memorize the quran entirely through online revision.
Yes, it is possible to memorize the Quran entirely through online revision. However, it requires dedication, persistence, and a strong foundation in Arabic and Tajweed. You should also seek the guidance of a qualified Quran teacher to ensure that you are learning and revising the Quran correctly and accurately.
What are some effective memorization techniques for Quran revision online?
Some effective memorization techniques for Quran revision online include repetition, visualization, and association. You can also use technology tools like flashcards, quizzes, and audio recordings to enhance your memorization and revision process. Additionally, taking regular breaks, staying hydrated, and getting enough sleep can improve your cognitive function and retention.
How can I choose the right Quran revision online platform?
When choosing a Quran revision online platform, consider factors such as credibility, accessibility, user-friendliness, and cost. Look for platforms that offer qualified Quran teachers, interactive learning resources, and flexible scheduling options. You can also read reviews and ask for recommendations from fellow learners to help you make an informed decision.
What are some best practices for staying motivated and consistent with Quran revision online?
Some best practices for staying motivated and consistent with Quran revision online include setting realistic goals, creating a revision schedule, tracking your progress, and seeking support from a community of learners or a Quran teacher. You can also use technology tools like habit trackers, reminder apps, and motivational quotes to stay on track and maintain your focus.
Numerous non-Arabic Muslims look forward to retaining Quran’s verses. But memorizing the verses requires the Quran revision regularly as the learners ensure they still remember the parts they have studied.
Retaining Quran is one of the best deeds Muslims do besides reciting. Moreover, the learners become closer to Allah when they recite Allah’s words and messages to his believers.
Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) urged Muslims to learn Quran, as he said in his prophetic narration:
“The best amongst you is the one who learns the Qur’an and teaches it”.
Many non-Arabic Muslims find Quran revision a challenging process to keep retaining the verses, as they learn Quran in Arabic , not in their original language.
1. Keep your intention for your Lord
Before you start revising Quran, your intention should be for Allah’s pleasure and satisfaction as you perform obedience to Allah.
2. Make a Du’aa
Revising Quran regularly is not easy, so depend on Allah and ask him to facilitate Quran revision and maintain retaining and revising Quran .
3. Understand the Verses’ Meanings
If you retain Quran verses without comprehending their meanings, you won’t be able to remember them easily. So you should understand each verse through interpretation books and start memorizing and revising.
4. Revise Only Juz a Day
To ease the revision process, you should revise one juz of the Quran daily , as it will be easier to remember the verses while revising. Also, this tip is suitable for those who don’t have enough time a day to revise more than Juz.
5. Set a Time for Revision
As you have many responsibilities every day, whether, at work or school, you should set a suitable time for revision when you make sure you’re available to revise, whether in the Morning or the night.
Also, you should estimate the whole duration of the revision Quran and follow it every time.
Keep in mind the time you set should be regular to ensure that you retain Quran effectively .
6. Start with Revising One Surah
If you don’t have enough time to revise one juz a day, you can begin by revising one surah or two surahs (chapters). It’s recommended to revise a short surah with a long surah to ease the process.
7. Quran Revision with Prayers
One of the effective Best Tips For Quran Revision Online in 2023 for a better Quran revision is to revise short surahs or part of a long surah in each prayer a day.
Don’t forget to look at the surah and read it before starting prayer to guarantee that you retain it well.
8. Listen to Quran Recitation
Sometimes, it’s hard for you to find enough time a day to revise, but you can play a recitation track of your favorite Quran reciter who you love to listen to.
The most prominent advantage of this tip is that you can listen to Quran at any time of day. You can listen while driving, eating, and going to sleep.
But make sure that you listen to the recitation in full concentration to revise well what you have forgotten.
What are the Best Quran Revision Techniques?
The best quran revision techniques, besides the earlier tips for quran revision, are the following process:.
- Find out the forgotten parts of the Quran by reading the entire surah or juz, then set your target of revising the forgotten parts to retain them well.
- Set a little time a day to revise the particular parts of surahs in the Quran. You can revise while driving, doing any activity during the day, and before sleeping
- Get help and guidance from a Quran tutor if you’re a beginner to give you a successful plan for revising.
Tips for Quran Memorization
If you’re struggling with retaining quran, here are the top tips that help you to achieve your goal:.
Set a suitable schedule for retaining the Quran, and make sure you’re available at the memorizing times.
Pick a quiet place at home to retain Quran with concentration.
Avoid all the distractions that prevent you from memorizing Quran effectively.
Start with memorizing your favorite surahs to you.
Set realistic and achievable goals in retaining Quran. For instance, get down to retaining short surahs of parts or long surahs to ease retaining them.
Read each verse slowly before memorizing.
Comprehend the meaning behind every verse to retain it easily.
Keep listening to the Quran recitation repeatedly, as it will be easier to remember the verses you had listened to before.
Get a partner in Quran memorization that motivates you to keep retaining the Quran.
Make sure you have retained the verse well before moving to the next verse.
Recite the verse repeatedly until retaining it.
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Benefits and virtues of quran revision and memorization, 1. saving from the hellfire.
Retaining the Quran is one of the reasons for protection from Hellfire, as it’s an intercessor for those who read and memorize it.
Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) said : “Read the Qur’an, for it will come as an intercessor for its reciters on the Day of Resurrection.”
2. Strengthen your memory
Retaining the Quran improves your memory and boosts your brain’s capacity for work.
3. Gaining Honor
One of the virtues of memorizing Quran is that the memorizer obtains honor in life and the Hereafter.
Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) said : “Verily, Allah elevates some people with this Quran and abases others”.
4. Being One of the People of Allah
Whoever retains the Quran becomes one of Allah’s people as prophet Muhammed (PBUH) said:
” Allah has His own people among Mankind.’ They said: ‘O Messenger of Allah, who are they?’ He said: ‘The people of the Quran, the people of Allah and those who are closest to Him”.
5. Getting a Higher Rank
Quran memorizer will ascend to higher ranks on Judgment day,
as prophet Muhammed (PBUH) said: ” The one who was devoted to the Quran will be told [on the Day of Resurrection] ‘Recite [the Quran] and ascend [in ranks] as you used to recite when you were in the world. Your rank will be the last verse you recite”.
Conclusion – How to Make Quran Revision Easier?
Quran revision can be easier for you if you follow some tips that support this process. You’ll be more likely to revise Quran better if you set a regular time for revision, listen to Quran recitation repeatedly, recite the memorized parts in prayers, in addition to understand the verses’ meanings.
Moreover, you can overcome memorizing the Quran difficulty by following many practical tips such as starting with achievable goals, retaining Quran in a quiet place, and staying away from all distractions.
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10 Practical Tips on How to Memorize Quran Easily!
Since many Muslims struggle to memorize the Quran and continue without giving up after a while, I’ve decided to share this article to guide you on how to memorize Quran easily.
How to Memorize Quran?
Before starting to memorize the Holy Quran, you have to follow a few guidelines that we’ve already outlined in one of our previous articles. Before continuing with this article, kindly take the time to read it first.
Now after you’ve read the recommended article, let’s move on to the purpose of today’s article which is “How to memorize Quran”
Choose the amount you want to memorize, choosing a specific amount to memorize in a single sitting that is within the reader’s capacity is important. The reader should avoid increasing the amount during their days of enthusiasm, particularly at the start of memorizing to avoid becoming tired, bored, or frustrated and giving up memorizing altogether. Instead, you must educate yourself on the freedom in choosing the amount, keeping in mind that the only thing that matters is the daily upkeep of memorizing.
Ask for your sheikh’s help, If the memorizer is unable to read the Ottoman artwork, they must first recite the specified number of verses on their Sheikh from the Qur’an before beginning to memorize.
Fix your pronunciation, and to fix your pronunciation of words you couldn’t read, start reading the specified amount of the Qur’an aloud to yourself.
Memorize it verse by verse, link the second verse to the next, and count two verses as one verse if one verse is shorter than a line.
Raise your voice while memorizing since lowering your voice makes the reader lazy. But avoid being overly loud since it exhausts the reader and hurts people around them. However, there is nothing wrong with lowering your voice but make sure to move your tongue.
Recite the verses slowly as you read them from memory paying close attention to the rules of Tajweed following what the Almighty has said: (And the Qur’an is recited with recitation) The Prophet peace be upon him was guided to not move his tongue in haste with it after the revelation of the Almighty’s saying: (Move not your tongue concerning (the Quran, O Muhammad SAW) to make haste therewith).
Recall what you’ve memorized to yourself and repeat it over and over
To confirm the accuracy of the memorizing and to guarantee that there are no extra verses, words, or grammatical faults, read the verses you have memorized aloud to yourself.
It is essential that you recite the verses you learned by heart to your chosen sheikh.
It is preferable to connect the Surah that has been divided into parts together from the beginning of the Surah to the end every day.
What Should I Do after Memorizing?
After answering your question “How to memorize Quran”, now you have to know some points you should do after memorizing.
To avoid the show-off (Riyaa)
Al-Riyaa is the act of doing or offering acts of worship to reach attention to the act so that others may praise the performer or come to respect them as a result of their actions.
That’s why prophet Mohammed peace be upon him said: “The only thing I fear for you is the small or minor shirk” and what is a minor shirk O messenger of God? He said: “Hypocrisy. When God will reward people according to their deeds He will say to these people: look at those of which you have earned in this world and see if you’ll find a reward in it?”
Be Considerate of Quran politeness And Manners
Because the Quran was only intended to be followed and used as a guide for living. Ibn Masoud, may God be pleased with him, said:
“The Qur’an was sent down so that they may act upon it, so take studying it as work. Indeed, one of you recites the Qur’an from its opening to its conclusion, not a single letter falls out of it, and it has been omitted” (40), and some scholars said: “The slave recites the Qur’an and curses himself while he is He does not know, he says: God’s curse is on the unjust, and he is unjust himself, God’s curse is on the liars, and he is one of them” (40), and Anas, may God be pleased with him, said: “Lord, who follows the Qur’an and the Qur’an curses him” (4).
To Fear Ego
If it wasn’t for the kindness and grace of God Almighty, you would not have been able to memorize the Qur’an or even a part of it. God Almighty is the helper to make it happen and the guide to doing so. Do not feel too proud of yourself because those around you do not equal your rating, since this will just make others look down on you and assume you are ignorant. Allah (mighty and sublime be He) said: Pride is my cloak and greatness My robe, and he who competes with Me in respect of either of them I shall cast into Hell-fire.
Keep in mind the Hadiths that urge you to memorize the Qur’an and forbid you from forgetting it.
There are numerous Hadiths that urge one to follow the Qur’an and forbid forgetting it, including:
-Ibn ‘Umar (May Allah be pleased with them) reported: The Messenger of Allah (peace be upon him) said: “The parable of one who knows the Qur’an by heart is as the parable of an owner of hobbled camel. If he remains vigilant, he will retain it; and if he neglects it, it will go away.”
-Ibn Mas’ud reported Allah’s Messenger (peace be upon him) as saying: Wretched is the man who says: I forgot such and such a sura, or I forget such and such a verse, but he has been made to forget.
-Abu Mūsa al-Ash‘ari (may Allah be pleased with him) reported that the Prophet (may Allah’s peace and blessings be upon him) said: “Keep on reciting the Qur’an, for by the One in Whose Hand my life is, the Qur’an slips away from memory faster than camels escaping their tying ropes.”
These and other hadiths lead the scholars to speak on the time that one should not exceed when reciting the Noble Qur’an. Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-‘As: The Prophet (peace be upon him) said: He who recites the Qur’an in a period less than three days does not understand it.
So three days is the bare minimum amount of time that one should spend reading the Qur’an. The wisdom – and God knows best – about it being unallowed to recite it in fewer than three days is that reading quickly may cause a lack of comprehension, boredom, carelessness, or pronunciation mistakes
Sins and disobedience are the root causes of forgetting the Qur’an. Forgetting the Noble Qur’an is without a doubt one of the greatest sins described in various verses that link the servant’s misdeeds to their transgressions.
Abu Burdah narrated from his father Abu Musa, that the Messenger of Allah peace be upon him said: “No worshiper suffers a calamity nor what is worse than that or less, except due to a sin, and what Allah pardons as a result of it is more.” He (Abu Musa) said: “And he recited: And whatever misfortune befalls you, it is because of what your hands have earned
How to revise?
The best way to revise after knowing how to memorize Quran is unquestionably to set aside enough time—aside from the memorization time, during which one reads as much as they can, but because many people are unable to do that, the following techniques might help:
Reciting in the other regular Sunnah prayers “Sunan Rawātib” outside Fajr. Recitation is five-eighths, and one-eighth is recited every two rak’ahs.
One-eighth in the two rak’ahs before Asr prayer. And two eighths in both the night prayers and the obligatory prayers (Fardh). Based on this, the bare minimum a day is one Juzz of the Qur’an.
Read every time possible, while driving and during Salat Al-Nafl (supererogatory prayer), in between the call to prayer and the iqaamah, on the way to work or school, etc. And never forget to sit after dawn and read something from the Quran for at least one eighth
How to Memorize Quran (Practical explanation)
If you’re still confused and don’t know how to memorize Quran by heart, read the following explanation:
Read the first verse 20 times:
(يُسَبِّحُ لِلَّهِ مَا فِى ٱلسَّمَـٰوَٰتِ وَمَا فِى ٱلْأَرْضِ ٱلْمَلِكِ ٱلْقُدُّوسِ ٱلْعَزِيزِ ٱلْحَكِيمِ ) (Whatever is in the heavens and whatever is on the earth ˹constantly˺ glorifies Allah—the King, the Most Holy, the Almighty, the All-Wise).
Read the second verse 20 times:
(هُوَ ٱلَّذِى بَعَثَ فِى ٱلْأُمِّيِّـۧنَ رَسُولًۭا مِّنْهُمْ يَتْلُوا۟ عَلَيْهِمْ ءَايَـٰتِهِۦ وَيُزَكِّيهِمْ وَيُعَلِّمُهُمُ ٱلْكِتَـٰبَ وَٱلْحِكْمَةَ وَإِن كَانُوا۟ مِن قَبْلُ لَفِى ضَلَـٰلٍۢ مُّبِينٍۢ) (He is the One Who raised for the illiterate ˹people˺ a messenger from among themselves—reciting to them His revelations, purifying them, and teaching them the Book and wisdom, for indeed they had previously been clearly astray)
Read the third verse 20 times:
(وَءَاخَرِينَ مِنْهُمْ لَمَّا يَلْحَقُوا۟ بِهِمْ ۚ وَهُوَ ٱلْعَزِيزُ ٱلْحَكِيمُ) (along with others of them who have not yet joined them ˹in faith˺. For He is the Almighty, All-Wise).
Read the fourth verse 20 times:
(ذَٰلِكَ فَضْلُ ٱللَّهِ يُؤْتِيهِ مَن يَشَآءُ ۚ وَٱللَّهُ ذُو ٱلْفَضْلِ ٱلْعَظِيمِ) (This is the favor of Allah. He grants it to whoever He wills. And Allah is the Lord of infinite bounty).
Then, read all these 4 verses 20 times to link them together. And start by doing the same thing to the next 4 verses
Read the fifth verse 20 times:
(مَثَلُ ٱلَّذِينَ حُمِّلُوا۟ ٱلتَّوْرَىٰةَ ثُمَّ لَمْ يَحْمِلُوهَا كَمَثَلِ ٱلْحِمَارِ يَحْمِلُ أَسْفَارًۢا ۚ بِئْسَ مَثَلُ ٱلْقَوْمِ ٱلَّذِينَ كَذَّبُوا۟ بِـَٔايَـٰتِ ٱللَّهِ ۚ وَٱللَّهُ لَا يَهْدِى ٱلْقَوْمَ ٱلظَّـٰلِمِينَ) (The example of those who were entrusted with the Torah and then did not take it on is like that of a donkey who carries volumes [of books]. Wretched is the example of the people who deny the signs of Allah. And Allah does not guide the wrongdoing people).
Read the sixth verse 20 times:
(قُلْ يَـٰٓأَيُّهَا ٱلَّذِينَ هَادُوٓا۟ إِن زَعَمْتُمْ أَنَّكُمْ أَوْلِيَآءُ لِلَّهِ مِن دُونِ ٱلنَّاسِ فَتَمَنَّوُا۟ ٱلْمَوْتَ إِن كُنتُمْ صَـٰدِقِينَ) (Say, “O you who are Jews, if you claim that you are allies of Allah, excluding the [other] people, then wish for death, if you should be truthful.”)
Read the seventh verse 20 times:
(وَلَا يَتَمَنَّوْنَهُۥٓ أَبَدًۢا بِمَا قَدَّمَتْ أَيْدِيهِمْ ۚ وَٱللَّهُ عَلِيمٌۢ بِٱلظَّـٰلِمِينَ) (But they will not wish for it, ever, because of what their hands have put forth. And Allah is Knowing of the wrongdoers).
Read the eighth verse 20 times:
(قُلْ إِنَّ ٱلْمَوْتَ ٱلَّذِى تَفِرُّونَ مِنْهُ فَإِنَّهُۥ مُلَـٰقِيكُمْ ۖ ثُمَّ تُرَدُّونَ إِلَىٰ عَـٰلِمِ ٱلْغَيْبِ وَٱلشَّهَـٰدَةِ فَيُنَبِّئُكُم بِمَا كُنتُمْ تَعْمَلُونَ) (Say, “Indeed, the death from which you flee – indeed, it will meet you. Then you will be returned to the Knower of the unseen and the witnessed, and He will inform you about what you used to do.”)
Then, read from the fifth verse to the eighth and repeat it 20 times to link them together. And finally read from the first verse till the eighth verse to master the first side of the page! Do so with every side everyday but don’t memorize more than 8 verses a day for better results.
After explaining how to memorize Quran, let’s move to the next point which is how to memorize Quran (The other side)
How to Memorize Quran (The Other Side of The Page)?
If you want to know how to memorize Quran, particularly the other side of the page for the next day, you must first thoroughly cement your memorization of the prior side by reading it from beginning to end 20 times before moving on to memorizing the new side.
How to Memorize Quran with Revision?
We’re not done yet, now you have to know how to memorize Quran with revision
It is recommended to combine memorization with revision when memorizing the Quran. By not doing so, you risk losing everything you have memorized when you wish to refer back to it. So the best way to avoid that is to combine memorization with revision by dividing the Quran into three sections, each of ten Juzz. If you memorize one page a day, review four pages until you memorize all of the ten Juzz. After doing so, stop for a whole month to revise eight pages a day. And after a month of revision, start again by memorizing what’s left.
Depending on your capability, memorize one or two sides per day, then reread 8 sides until you memorize 20 Juzz. Once you have memorized 20 Juzz, you should cease memorizing for two months to revise them, and then resume memorizing one to two sides a day until you memorize the entire Quran.
Once you have memorized the entire Quran, revise the first 20 juzz for a month, half Juzz a day, then go on to the twenty Juzz for a month, half Juzz a day as well, and read eight sides from the first ten juzz. Finally, revise the last ten juzz for a month. half juzz a day with 8 sides from the first 10 juzz and 8 sides from the 20 juzz.
How to Revise The Entire Quran?
Afrer you’ve known how to memorize Quran, now the question is how to revise it?
Go over 2 Juzz a day, and repeat it three times so that you finish revising it every 2 weeks. Inshallah, if you stick to this plan for a year, I ensure you to memorize the holy Quran perfectly.
What Should I Do after A Year of Memorizing?
After a year of memorization and revision, may your daily Hizb of the Quran until your death be like the Hizb of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him, who used to read the Quran daily and finish it by the end of every week.
Sahaba Aws ibn Hudhayfah said: I asked the Companions of the Messenger of Allah (blessings and peace of Allah be upon him) how they divided the Qur’an [into portions]. They said: Three, five, seven, nine, eleven, thirteen, and hizb al-mufassal on its own. Narrated by Abu Dawood (1393).
What this means is:
Saturday: three Surahs: from al-Faatihah to an-Nisaa’. Sunday: five surahs: from al-Maa’idah to At-Tawbah. Monday: seven surahs: from Yoonus to an-Nahl. Tuesday: nine surahs: from al-Isra’ to al-Furqaan. Wednesday: eleven surahs: from ash-Shu‘ara’ to Yaa-Seen. Thursday: thirteen surahs: from as-Saafaat to al-Hujuraat. Friday: the rest, from Soorat Qaaf to an-Naas.
How to Memorize Quran differentiating between Al-mutashabihat (similarities)?
The ideal method is to observe the differences between every two verses that have similarities, then open the Quran to those verses, concentrate on them, and study those verses until you have mastered the differences between them.
Genuine Advice on How to Memorize Quran
- Memorize with a sheikh to correct your recitation
- Every day, after Fajr and either Asr or Maghrib, memorize two pages. In this way, you can memorize the entire Qur’an perfectly in a year, but if you memorize more than 2 pages, your memorization process will be weakened
- Memorize from the same Mushaf (Quran copy)
- Memorize from Surah Al-Naas to Surah Al-Baqarah, because it is easier, and after you memorize the entire Qur’an following this way, start revising from Al-Baqarah to Al-naas.
I hope you found this article was helpful on how to memorize Quran.
(Q&A of How to Memorize Quran)
How to memorize Quran in only 3 years? Is it possible?
Yes you can memorize the entire Quran in only 3 years, for more information check How to Memorize Quran in 3 years
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