Quran Memorization Course

Virtues of memorization:

  1. Helps you to practice forbearance,patience,Touched and Taqwah.

  2. Huge rewards for you.

  3. Verily,one who does not memorize any thing from the Quran is like a ruined house.

  4. Memorizing the Quran helps you to understand the creations of Allah Almighty that exist around us.

  5. Improves your memory.

What is the easiest way to memorize the Quran?

The answer to the question ‘How to memorize Quran and not forget’ it within a few simple methods one can adopt when learning the Quran.
Before we move into the methods, let’s clarify that one must have their obligations in place when beginning to memorize the Quran.

Listed below are several Quran memorization techniques that you can follow if the question ‘What is the  easiest way to memorize the Quran’ pops up in your mind.

About This Quran Memorization Course:

  This course for memorizing the Quran is designed to enable you to memorize and learn the Quran with Tajweed for sisters and brothers, kids, teens and adults.

Your teacher will first make sure that your recitation of the Quran is correct and that you are reciting it with the Tajweed.

How to memorize Quran?
It is important to master the recitation of the Quran before starting the full memorization of the Quran. This, in turn, will start to help you to memorize the Quran easily.

This program is one of the best as the Quran teachers who are assigned to teach the Quran are all highly qualified from Al-Azhar university, known in its great history with teaching the Quran as well as other well-known Quran institutes.

Our teachers are highly qualified for teaching the Quran to any ages, teachers are dedicated and trained to teach Quran with the highest skills.

We understand that memorizing the Quran is not an easy job, or one that is fast, but we are here  to teach you Quran online successfully.

What You Will Learn?

Proper way of reciting the Quran.
Memorize the whole Quran.
Studying the right Makhareg (points of articulation).
Applying the rules of Tajweed.

Goals of This Course:
To memorize the Holy Quran.
To master reading Quran and recitation of the whole Quran including the proper way of recitation.
Fixing the Makharej and pronouncing each letter from it’s right Makhrej (point of articulation).

Online Quran Memorization Course.
Learn The Holy Quran from experts who have mastered the art through years of experience.

We have a team of well qualified and learned Quran teachers who bring with them answers to all your questions whether it is – how to memorize Quran fast or anything else.

What are the Practical Steps for Memorizing the Qur’an?
1- Correcting Pronunciation and Recitation:
The first step in memorizing the Qur’an is to correct the pronunciation. This cannot be fulfilled unless one listens to a good and precise reciter or memorizer of the Qur’an.
The Qur’an cannot be learned without a teacher. Allah’s Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, was the most eloquent of all the Arabs. Yet, he learnt the Qur’an from Angel Jibreel (Gabriel) orally. Also the Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, used to recite the Qur’an to Jibreel once in every year  in Ramadan. And in the year that he died, he recited it to him twice.
Likewise, Allah’s Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, taught the Qur’an to his Companions orally; and he heard it from them, after they had learned it from him, time and again.
Therefore, one is required to learn the Qur’an from a good reciter, to correct one’s recitation on a first basis. Also, one should not rely solely on oneself in learning the recitation of the Qur’an, even if one is knowledgeable of the Arabic language and its principles. This is so because in the Qur’an there are many verses that occur in a way uncommon in the rules of the Arabic language.
2- Adhering to a daily Limit for Memorizing the Qur’an:
One must set a daily limit for some verses of Surahs (Chapters) of the Qur’an that one wishes to memorize. This limit should be reasonable and possible to fulfill. It varies in its amount from one person to another.
One should resist the temptation to move to a new portion of the Qur’an before perfecting the memorization of the current portion that agrees with the set limit. This is a disciplinary measure that helps one concentrate on one thing at a time, reducing interruption, and enabling one to firmly establish one’s current portion in one’s mind.
3- Continual Recitation and Revision:
Once one has corrected one’s recitation and set one’s daily limit, one should begin his memorization process by continual recitation and repetition of one’s daily portion.
The memorizer must occupy himself with this through the hours of the day and night. He should recite it:
-in the Fard (obligatory) as well the Nafl (optional) prayers,
-while sitting in the Masjid (mosque) awaiting the Jama’ah (congregational) prayer,
-for a few minutes after the Jama’ah prayer,
-before going to sleep,
-while waiting for anything (bus, dentist, etc.),
-while riding a bus, car, etc.
In this way, it is possible for a person to practice his memorization even when occupied with other matters, because one is not restricted to just one specific…
4- Reciting in a Melodic Tone:
During memorization, one should recite the Qur’an in a melodic tone, beautifying the reading as much as possible. It is important the one reads melodically because of the following reasons:
a) Melodic recitation conforms with the Sunnah of the Prophet, peace and blessings be upon him, who used to recite the Qur’an in a melodious and tranquil manner.
b) It conforms with the Prophet’s command when he said, “Whoever does not chant the Qur’an (recite it melodiously) is not of us.”
c) It is pleasing to one’s ears, providing incentive to continue with the memorization.
d) It helps make one’s memorization firm and strong. The tongue will always return to a specific tone of voice, and would thus detect a mistake whenever the balance o Using the Same Copy of the Qur’an (Mushaf):
A memorizer of Qur’an should have a specific Mushaf (copy of the Qur’an) from which he reads all the time. A person memorizes using vision as he does using hearing. The script and form of the verses, and their places in the Mushaf leave an imprint in the mind when they are recited and looked at frequently.
5- Understanding Is the Way to Memorizing the Qur’an:
An important thing that greatly aids the process of memorizing the Qur’an is to understand the meaning of the verses one is memorizing, and know how they are linked to each other. Thus the memorizer should read the Tafsir (explanation) of the verses that he desires to memorize, and should bring their meanings to mind while he is reciting them. This makes it easy easier for him to remember them.
Knowing the meaning of the verses is extremely important for memorizing the Qur’an, and to increase the rewards of reciting the Qur’an. However, one should not merely rely on this for memorization. Rather, as explained earlier, the repetition of these verses should be the foundation. He should repeat them many time…
6- Linking the Verses:
As one completes memorizing a full Surah, one should perfect it by connecting its verses together, both in meaning and in the flow of his tongue easily through them.
One should be able to recite the verses without having to think or go through trouble remembering them. Reciting these verses should become as easy for him as the flow of water. He should be able to recite them without hesitation, even if his mind wanders away from their meaning.
When the verses are well linked and perfected, one should be able recite them almost as easily as one recites Surat al-Fatihah. This only occurs through repeating these verses frequently and reciting them often.

Thus, a memorizer should firmly establish a Surah that he is memorizing in his mind, …

7- Reciting the Quran:

A memorizer should not rely on memorizing individually. Rather, he should test his memorization by reciting the verses to a companion who knows them by heart, or who can follow from the Mushaf. It would be most recommended that this companion be a precise memorizer himself – he would then be able to alert him to possible subtle errors, as well as prompting him when he forgets or makes mistakes.
It is very common for one to make mistakes in memorizing a Surah, without realizing it – even when one looks at the Mushaf. Reading often races the eyesight; and one may overlook one’s mistakes while reading from the Mushaf. Reciting the Qur’an to a knowing companion is a means of avoiding these errors and keeping one’s mind constantly alert.

 Constant Review of What Has Been Memorized Qur’an is different from any other material that one memorizes, whether poetry or prose. It quickly evaporates from one’s mind. Allah’s Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, said: “By Him in whose Hand is my soul, it (the Qur’an) is more likely to escape than tied camels.”No sooner would a memorizer leave what he finished memorizing, even for a short while, than it starts slipping away from him – he quickly forgets it! Thus, it is necessary for one to follow up to what one has memorized in a constant and careful manner. In this regard, the Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, said:
“Verily, the example of a possessor (in memory) of the Qur’an is like a possessor of tied camels. If he watches over them carefully, he would keep them; if he lets them break loose, they would run away from him.”
This means that a Hafiz (memorizer) of the Qur’an should have an allocated portion that he constantly reads every day. This portion should not be less than one thirtieth, and should not exceed ten parts (of thirty) of the whole Qur’an, because Allah’s Messenger, peace and blessings be upon him, said: “It would be difficult for anyone who recites the (full) Qur’an in less than three nights to comprehend it
Only with this constant revision, and consistent watch, one would retain what one has  memorized of the Qur’an and protect it from slipping away.
8- Watching for Analogous Sections of the Qur’an:
Various parts of the Qur’an resemble each other in meaning, wording, or repetition of verses. The Qur’an consists of more than six thousand verses. Of those approximately two thousand carry some sort of resemblance to others. The resemblance varies from total coincidence, to a difference in one letter, a word or two, or more.