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  • nidaelahi
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    I actually did 6 Juz from the back first (i.e 25 to 30 and 15 also as it has surah kahf) . So these have become quite firm over a period of time. then started from beginning and have reached Juz 19 now. I would say 1-7 are pretty good. 8- 10 decent :P but i struggle sometimes from 11-14 and 16-17... guess coz they are still fresh. my revision cycle extends a maximum to 8 days (4juz a day twice rest days 3 juz/day) . So I am now trying to make them good by just repeating the days revision the next day whenever the Juz come up.
    Originally posted by F_R View Post
    Yaari I echoe the sentiments. The suwar from alBaqarah onwards it's lovely but I realised from about juzz 23 to 24/25 it's not as solid. Even revising. And Surah Al Anaam needs a LOT of work from me, dunno how or why....but yes I got the same thing going on now.

    May Allah strengthen it in our hearts and forgive us ameen.
    Last edited by nidaelahi; 23-08-13, 03:40 AM.

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  • nidaelahi
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    Walykumussalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu,

    I had previously memorized 24 Juz. and for my 25th Juz i just switched to this method and Alhumdulillah I can already see the benefits. I am able to read more fluently and revise the New Juz faster. Already completed half in like 6 days. And this is the first time my New Juz feels strong and firm like my old ones. Earlier i used to memorize by just readin the verse 2-3 times or little more. but this method makes u read the page so many times that it sticks firmly and also helps u connect verse easily.

    Got 5 juz left after this one and will definitely use this method and recommend it to everyone. Also I can use this method to strengthen any weak memorization of the past insha'Allah once i complete my hifz.

    Originally posted by Illuminati View Post
    :salams:

    The method I use for memorizing the Quran

    Step 1: Read the line 10 times and continue reading to the next line 10 times.

    Step 2: Then read the 2 lines 3 times.

    Step 3: Continue step 1 and 2 until the last part of the page.

    Now that is short term memorization. We have to now convert this into long term memorization so you remember it later on.

    Step 4: The page you are memorizing, open it and read it 20 times.

    And then :insha: you will memorize all of this.

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  • F_R
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    Originally posted by Abdullah Fatih View Post
    you started from an naas up eh ..

    alhamdulilah i started from baqara down, because it's those suras that don't give me a hard time at all.

    i still struggle with mutafiffeen and bayyinah believe it or not lol
    Yea I did but only till juzz 28 an then I did juzz1. I went back and forth. It's the middle ajzaa from the bottom that are a bit ....need more work I guess.

    An from juzz Amma it's always been the beginning of AtTakwir I don't grasp.

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  • the_middle_road
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    Originally posted by F_R View Post
    May Allah strengthen it in our hearts and forgive us ameen.
    Ameen.

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  • Abdullah Fatih
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    Originally posted by F_R View Post
    Yaari I echoe the sentiments. The suwar from alBaqarah onwards it's lovely but I realised from about juzz 23 to 24/25 it's not as solid. Even revising. And Surah Al Anaam needs a LOT of work from me, dunno how or why....but yes I got the same thing going on now.

    May Allah strengthen it in our hearts and forgive us ameen.
    you started from an naas up eh ..

    alhamdulilah i started from baqara down, because it's those suras that don't give me a hard time at all.

    i still struggle with mutafiffeen and bayyinah believe it or not lol

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  • F_R
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    Originally posted by Hamnah View Post
    I don't know how to juggle revision... I have about 9 Ajzaa' from the back that I never get tested on, I have to revise these by myself because I switched to the front. The front parts are going really well alhamdulillah, revision and memorisation. But since I have huge chunks of revision from the front to do daily plus memorisation, I don't always have time to do my juzz from the back... .
    Yaari I echoe the sentiments. The suwar from alBaqarah onwards it's lovely but I realised from about juzz 23 to 24/25 it's not as solid. Even revising. And Surah Al Anaam needs a LOT of work from me, dunno how or why....but yes I got the same thing going on now.

    May Allah strengthen it in our hearts and forgive us ameen.
    Last edited by F_R; 20-08-13, 08:00 PM. Reason: Typo

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  • faatima18
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    interesting story of a man reciting quran through an operation.

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  • veetha
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    I am currently enjoying the whole process of memorizing. Each surah has a different challenge IMO. There is a great feeling of happiness when I am able to memorize one whole surah.

    Please make dua for me so that I can be steadfast in performing this deed. Sometimes, shaytan just whispers and says to me to stop and I become lazy again :(

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  • F_R
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    Beautiful advice on how to memorise

    Really great stuff :masha: only 6mins long, great stuff. Everyone should know themselves and go at their own pace (without being too lax of course) an not always compare your strategies to others coz we all absorb things differently. Have a target/aim and find your stride to work towards it.

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  • Illuminati
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    :salams:

    The method I use for memorizing the Quran

    Step 1: Read the line 10 times and continue reading to the next line 10 times.

    Step 2: Then read the 2 lines 3 times.

    Step 3: Continue step 1 and 2 until the last part of the page.

    Now that is short term memorization. We have to now convert this into long term memorization so you remember it later on.

    Step 4: The page you are memorizing, open it and read it 20 times.

    And then :insha: you will memorize all of this.

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  • F_R
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    Originally posted by faatima18 View Post
    how many hours would you say needs to put in a day for someone who is trying to memorize the quran?
    Hifdh is easy peasy lemon squeezy. As they say, it's retaining it and revising that's the challenge.

    Also i think putting things like hours etc to it isn't suitable for everyone. Depending if you're a timetable/hourbyhour human or a natural/free flow person these things will vary. But i've found that it's not so rigid except if we make it.

    Ah, an using ramadhan is always a good opportunity to get into a routine of daily revision etc coz we don't have the influences of shaytan and during ramadhan we tend to get purified i mean like our hearts are cleansed so :insha: atleast towards the end of ramadhan we're less influenced by shaytan etc so it's easier to get into a habit of some sort.
    Last edited by F_R; 15-08-13, 11:13 PM.

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  • AhlulQuran88
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    So much works goes into getting a ijaza. The recitation for the ijaza part is the easy part.

    The months/years of learning is the hard part.


    Limiting oneself to small calibre recitors is also a problem. Traveling to recite to major recitors every year to keep you on your toes is a must.

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  • whisperofimaan
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    Originally posted by arif123f View Post
    There is a boy who is hafiz lives beside my house.He completed hifz course in 6 months.
    MashaAllah, that means he spent alot of time memorizing. May Allah bless him, ameen

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  • arif123f
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    Originally posted by whisperofimaan View Post
    I think it depends on how fast and accurately you can memorize. Some people take longer than others. It also depends on your grasp of the Arabic language. because being familiar with the language( or some words) helps alot. I would say around 4 to 5 hours at least. The important part is to be comfortable at your own pace. If you feel you can handle more, then take on more. It may be tough the first time, but you can easily memorize 2-3 pages a day.
    There is a boy who is hafiz lives beside my house.He completed hifz course in 6 months.

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  • whisperofimaan
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    Originally posted by faatima18 View Post
    how many hours would you say needs to put in a day for someone who is trying to memorize the quran?
    I think it depends on how fast and accurately you can memorize. Some people take longer than others. It also depends on your grasp of the Arabic language. because being familiar with the language( or some words) helps alot. I would say around 4 to 5 hours at least. The important part is to be comfortable at your own pace. If you feel you can handle more, then take on more. It may be tough the first time, but you can easily memorize 2-3 pages a day.

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