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Title: Reviewing memorized surah and Tajweed poems How many times should I review the same Juz in one day?

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Title: Reviewing memorized surah and Tajweed poems

Assalaamu aleikum wa rahmatu Lahi wa barakaatuh
Alhamdu lilah I try to read a juz of the Quran daily. My first question is:
1)How many times should I review the same Juz in one day? In other words if I review Juz 1 on Monday how many times should I recite it until the Hifz gets stronger?
2)Many Muslims students as well as teachers have memorized the Jazariyyah and the Shatibiyyah poems as well as many other tajweed poems. I am really amazed at their ability to quotes some lines of those tajweed poems very easily. My second question is
Do they have a schedule to review each individual poem daily?

May Allah the Exalted increase your reward in this life and in the hereafter for your services. Truly I personally have benefited and still am benefiting tremendously  from it. Wa salaamu aleikum
Wa alaikum assalaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh,
1) The number of times you repeat a juz' depends on what stage of review you are at.  If you just finished memorizing the juz' or the whole qu'ran, then you made need to repeat it three or more times to get it down.  If however you have memorized it before and you can easily remember it, then once is enough and then you can review more than one juz' particular per day, meaning two or three different ajzaa' per day.
2) With any hifth one has to go through a period of tathbeet where one repeats a lot of the subject or the whole subject daily every day to get it firmly down.  One it is down, it requires periodic review, and the best way is to have a set amount to review daily to keep it strong.  
May Allah give you the same and increase you in beneficial knowledge.
Wa assalaaam alaikum wa rahmatullah. 
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