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I know a lot of hizb (parts) of the coran and I would like to know how to review it in order to have good a memorization..

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I know a lot of hizb (parts) of the coran and I would like to know how to review it in order to have good a memorization.  

Thank you very much


Assalaam alaikum.  Masha’ Allah it makes us happy to know you know much of the Qur’an.  We ask Allah to make you of those who recite the Qur’an and apply it to their lives. 

What is always needed when a Muslim has a portion of the Qur’an memorized is a written schedule for daily review.  This schedule should be written by the student of the Qur’an him/her self because only they know their circumstances and abilities.  The ideal is that at least once a month, and this is the minimum, everything you have memorized is reviewed.  It is important to know that there may be some difficulties at the beginning if some sections are weak, but after a short while, the review will be easier and easier.  The ultimate goal though is to review everything memorized once a week.  This is the best way to keep the Qur’an fresh and on ones tongue.  It may be you can review everything once a week, but it may be difficult for you.  You can keep this as a goal for a holiday from work or school if you cannot do it at this time.  The amount reviewed each day should be approximately equal, for example a juz’ every day, or more.  The best time for review is early in the morning before the busy part of the day starts and before there is extra noise and distractions.

Since you have not finished memorizing the whole Qur’an, you also need to set aside time for new memorization so you can complete it, by Allah’s Will. 

We ask Allah to make it easy for you.

You are welcome. 

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