Learning and committing the Holy Quran to memory is both a spiritual and physical endeavour. It is a gift and a blessing from Allah to have the ability to absorb and internalize the Quran. To fully take advantage of this blessing, one should be in a receptive state and put in the effort both physically and spiritually to achieve it. By utilizing resources such as Tarteel-Quran, individuals or children can easily and effectively memorize the Quran.
How to memorizing the Holy Quran
At Qurannama, we have a wealth of experience in assisting individuals in memorizing the Quran through online means. We understand the process of learning Quran verse by verse and how it leads to the ultimate goal of memorization.
Our approach is straightforward and efficient, allowing even those with limited time to make progress in memorizing the Quran. With dedication and a desire to learn, even school-aged students can successfully memorize the Quran. Join our Memorize the Quran program for more information and a complimentary trial class.
Daily Memorization Progress
This refers to the number of new lessons you will be committing to memory each day.
Recently Memorized Material (Sabaqi)
This represents the number of verses from the Holy Quran that you have committed to memory in the past 20 to 30 days. This aspect is crucial as it determines whether the verses you have memorized will remain ingrained in your mind for the long term.
Previously Memorized Material
This pertains to the portion of the Holy Quran that you have committed to memory and consistently reviewed for at least 20 to 30 days. The amount you recite and review with your teacher is dependent on how much of the Quran you have memorized. Once you have memorized the entire text, you will only need to focus on maintaining previously memorized material. This will be an ongoing responsibility throughout your life.
Initially, the student should allocate 30 minutes per day for classwork until they have memorized two sections. As they progress, the daily class time will increase to 60 minutes, five days a week. Additionally, students should also set aside 60 to 120 minutes per day to complete their assigned tasks at home. The duration of memorization for the Holy Quran online varies among students, with an average of three years.