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  • Kas1m
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    Also read it in Tahajjud prayer. Its the best thing ever.

    10 a day is quite a stretch. If I'm reading regular every day, the most juzz I can read in one go in 7 or 8 then I start to feel sickish.

    There's even a hadith which says that (not the exact words) read as much as your heart allows.

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  • hamza89
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    Originally posted by Jenicca View Post
    During Ramadhan, revise during the day and then recite during taraweeh!!

    try and do 10 juzz a day during Ramadan , and finish the quran every 3 days

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  • Jenicca
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    During Ramadhan, revise during the day and then recite during taraweeh!!

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  • KeeKee
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    :jkk: yes i need to start memorizing after fajr again inshaAllah, haven't done that in a while. thats when the mind is at its most alert so inshaAllah will try my best to do that.

    Originally posted by hamza89 View Post
    Revising your Quran after fajr helps , thats what we and what most do inshalah.

    also a good way to start your day as the ulema say.

    Make sure you continue to have your reciation checked before you start a new ayah otherwise its such a long process to unlearn all your mistakes

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  • Kas1m
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    MashAllah good to see the motivation and spirit. I'm delighted.

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  • the_middle_road
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    It depends on the person's capabilities.

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  • AlQanas
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    Do you think it is best to try and memorize the quran al kareem when learning other topics? Does it need to have special attention?

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  • hamza89
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    Originally posted by KeeKee View Post
    :jkk: i think i will carry on and at the same time do dor (back juz' ) at same time.
    Revising your Quran after fajr helps , thats what we and what most do inshalah.

    also a good way to start your day as the ulema say.

    Make sure you continue to have your reciation checked before you start a new ayah otherwise its such a long process to unlearn all your mistakes

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  • KeeKee
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    :jkk: i think i will carry on and at the same time do dor (back juz' ) at same time.

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  • Medievalist
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    Originally posted by KeeKee View Post
    :jkk: for this thread, needed the motivation.
    iv got up to the 18th juz alhamdulillah but think some bits are sketchy, so im not going to carry on further until its perfect, is this a good idea?
    perfect? that's a lifetime target. as people have mentioned, best is to daily have sabaq and dor running alongside each other. If it is the case that your back is extremely weak then give set aside a max of 2 weeks for revision; but make sure that the 2 weeks are spent well and then start new sabaq again inshaALLAH.

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  • hamza89
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    Originally posted by Abu Jaffar View Post
    But brother, 4 pages a day are too much, its better to be in smaller pieces, which was the way of the companions, May Allah be plesed with them, as the objective is too implement what we memorize, if we memorize without understanding it will be crisis and burden on the carrier.
    This my own opinion
    If your intention is to memorise the Quran in a specific time then you don't have that luxury. 4 pages a day is only for the full time students they only study Quran for a year nothing else.

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  • Abu Jaffar
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    Originally posted by hamza89 View Post
    would advice you to go keep going and revise at least 5 Juzz a day after fajr is good time. get it checked by a shaykh/ shaykha with ijaza .

    try revise 5 juzz a day and memorise 4 pages a day thats what i do with my 12 month program hifd students
    But brother, 4 pages a day are too much, its better to be in smaller pieces, which was the way of the companions, May Allah be plesed with them, as the objective is too implement what we memorize, if we memorize without understanding it will be crisis and burden on the carrier.
    This my own opinion

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  • hamza89
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    Originally posted by KeeKee View Post
    :jkk: for this thread, needed the motivation.
    iv got up to the 18th juz alhamdulillah but think some bits are sketchy, so im not going to carry on further until its perfect, is this a good idea?
    would advice you to go keep going and revise at least 5 Juzz a day after fajr is good time. get it checked by a shaykh/ shaykha with ijaza .

    try revise 5 juzz a day and memorise 4 pages a day thats what i do with my 12 month program hifd students

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  • Abu Jaffar
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    Originally posted by KeeKee View Post
    :jkk: for this thread, needed the motivation.
    iv got up to the 18th juz alhamdulillah but think some bits are sketchy, so im not going to carry on further until its perfect, is this a good idea?
    you could do both, stabilize your memorized parts and memorize small parts alongside.

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  • KeeKee
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    :jkk: for this thread, needed the motivation.
    iv got up to the 18th juz alhamdulillah but think some bits are sketchy, so im not going to carry on further until its perfect, is this a good idea?

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