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25 Apr 2024

10 Tips to Memorise the Quran Fast

10 Tips to Memorise the Quran Fast

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Hafiz Ikram Ullah is an Islamic scholar and online Quran tutor. He has been teaching Islamic law and Quran Tafseer since 2015.

10 Tips to Memorise the Quran Fast

Quran memorisation is a source of many rewards from Allah, both in this world and in the hereafter. Muslims all over the world consider it a sacred deed.

Quran memorisation is an uphill task. It requires commitment, planning and hard work. However, by following the right tips and techniques, one can make it easy and fast.

Here are ten tips that may help you to memorise the Quran more efficiently:

Set a goal for yourself: Determine how much of the Quran you want to memorise and set a timeline for yourself. This will help you stay motivated and track your progress.

Create a study schedule: Set aside specific times of the day for memorisation, and stick to your schedule as much as possible. This will help you to establish a routine and make the most of your time.

Practice regularly: The more you practice, the better you will become at memorisation. Make sure to review the verses you have already memorised to keep them fresh in your mind.

Use memory techniques: There are many memory techniques that can help you to memorise the Quran more efficiently. Some common ones include using mnemonic devices, visualisation, and association.

Seek help from a teacher or mentor: If you are having trouble with memorisation, consider seeking help from a qualified teacher or mentor who can guide you and offer advice.

Use audio recordings: Listening to the Quran being recited can help with memorisation, especially if you are able to listen to the same recitation regularly. There are countless audio recordings that can be used, including Qariyah, a women’s Quran recitation app.

Take breaks: Don’t try to memorise too much at once. Take breaks to rest and relax, and come back to your studies with a fresh mind. Have you heard of the Pomodoro technique?

Stay positive: Memorisation can be challenging, but it is important to stay positive and motivated. If you are having trouble, remind yourself of the benefits of memorising the Quran and the rewards that await you.

Practice with a group: Consider joining a study group or finding a memorisation partner who can help you stay motivated and accountable.

Seek Allah’s help: Don’t forget to ask Allah for help and guidance in your efforts to memorise the Quran. Remember that it is His words that you are seeking to memorise, and He will surely help you in your efforts.

We hope these tips will help you successfully complete your Quran memorisation journey.

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