Our Journey as a family towards memorisation of the Qur'aan

Post-Hifdh Routine


Assalaamu alaikum

May Allaah bless her,  since she completed her 1st round of hifdh, my daughter has now started a new routine for revision.  It’s very similar to what she was doing before but just slightly different.

Her new daily routine is as follows:

  1. She has chosen to read  3 juz every day. She does this while looking in the mushaf.  This way she aims to complete recitation of the whole Qur’an every 10 days.   She reads at quite a fast pace so it doesn’t take her very long maa shaa Allaah.
  2. She prepares a minimum of 1 page to read to me without looking in the mushaf.  The aim is to read it with accuracy and at a nice medium pace with good tajweed.
  3. Approximately every 5 days, when she has read 5 pages without looking, she is tested on those 5 pages.   We do this by reciting part of an ayah for her in a random place and asking her to complete the ayah without looking.
  4. When she has read 10 pages we do the same as in the previous step (no.3)  except now, we test her on all 10 pages.  We continue this way at 15 pages and eventually 20pages (a complete juz).
  5. Once she arrives at the 20 page test, we start again and only test her for the next 5 pages.  We continue this way  till the next 20 pages or  juz is completed.

Her aim is to complete her 2nd round of hifdh in another 2 years in shaa Allaah.

Her brother aims to follow a similar routine but may opt for 2 juz per day rather than 3.

May Allaah bless them and  make it easy for them and us all and aid us in implementation of that which we recite aameen

Comments on: "Post-Hifdh Routine" (9)

  1. Um Mohamed said:

    Assalamu alaykum,

    Ameen sis, may Allah protect them from evil!

    I love visiting your blog to reboost my motivation!


    • wa alaikumus salaam wa rahmatullaahi wa barakaatuh Um Mohamed aameen baarakallahu feeki I really appreciate your message and your continued support jazaakillaahu khayran I pray that Allah grant you jannah al firdous and entry without any harm touching you or your family aameen ❤ ❤ ❤

  2. Ameen. Alhamdulillah it’s lovely to have a update since your daughter completed her hifdh. It sounds like a good well thought out routine masha Allah. Love that it gives plenty of time to make her hifdh accurate and strong, and revise too. May Allah give them the best in this world and the akhirah, ameen.

    • Jazaakillaahu khayran Umm Abdullah. Its been working out quite well so far alhamdulillaah. We’re hoping that it can be a habit that we all can build for life in shaa Allah. May Allah make it easy for us all aameen. and aameen to your very important dua I truly appreciate all that you always ask Allah for. It makes me feel that we all truly are a family. May Allah bless you aameen ❤

  3. Assalamu’alaikum wRwB, Jazakillahu khaira for all your motivational blog posts. Mubarak on your children finishing! May Allah the Quran to be a proof for them and grant you all Jannatul Firdous. Āmeen.
    PS: I would recommend reading at least one to three ajzaa without looking daily. Reciting while looking in does not help to strengthen hifdh (the way reciting without looking does). Keep up the testing in-sha-Allah.

    • waalaikumus salaam warhmatullaahi wa barakaatuh jazaakillaahu khayran for your lovely dua and advice. Both methods do strethen memory but in different ways. Looking works to strenthen the image of the page that they have in their minds but as you recommended alhamdulillaah they do also read without looking. May Allaah bless you and firmly establish you upon the path that you are upon and accept all of your efforts from you aameen
      baarakallaahu feeki

  4. *grant

  5. […] At the moment they’re still cycling through this routine post-hifdh-routine. […]

  6. Nice Blog. Lots of good entries and advice here about the Hifdh journey.

    I mentioned in another of your Blog posts the Hifdh Revision Tracker app (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tazkiyatech.hifdhtracker) for keeping a simple diary of parts of the Qur’an that you’re reading or revising.

    Reading this Blog post it occurred to me you may also find the following app useful as a supplementary tool for testing your and your daughter’s Hifdh revision: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tazkiyatech.hifdhtester

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