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As salaamu alaikum.  

With regrets I by myself agree so far I have not completed the whole Qur’an and may Allah bestow me to read the glorious Qur’an. hope to hear from you.

Allah hafiz


Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatu Allahi wa barakaatuh.

May Allah make the Qur’an, its recitation and memorization easy for you.

What is needed is a strict schedule for memorization and reading, one that you never leave.  It may be that you set a goal of only two aayaat a day, but whatever the goal you set, keep to it and never do less than your goal.  Make your daily schedule practical to go with your other obligations and routines.  If you are able to memorize more, make your schedule for more, but do not be so demanding on yourself when you make your schedule that you drop the whole program after one week.  Often times, in their desire to reach the final goal of memorizing the whole Qur’an quickly, Muslims put too demanding a schedule on themselves, and they then easily feel discouraged if they cannot keep it up.  You also need to set up a schedule for daily review of what has already been memorized.  This is not any less important than memorizing, indeed it is the essence of becoming a true haafith.  

Know that memorizing the whole Qur’an is not an easy thing to do, but very possible with hard work and a lot of dua’.  May Allah guide you to the best schedule and assist you in your lofty goal.

Wa assalaam alaikum