So I have a deal with my Dad that if I learn the whole Last Juz, I will be rewarded with a PSP (not that I really want one, I want the money instead!). I am not just doing this for the reward of something materialistic, I want to do it for myself & Allah (swt)! Plus it's a big step towards becoming a Hafiza, insha allah. So, I am trying to work towards this goal. I am going to try to finish the whole Last Juz this summer. Maybe a surah a week? So this week I'm going to finish Surah Al-Bayyinah. One or two ayahs a day for one hour depending on how long the surah is.
I have learned:

Surah 97 - Al-Qadr

Surah 99 - Az-Zalzalah
Surah 100 - Al-'Adiyat
Surah 101 - Al-Qaariyah
Surah 102 - At-Takaathur
Surah 103 - Al-'Asr
Surah 104 - Al-Humazah
Surah 105 - Al-Fil
Surah 106 - Quraish
Surah 107 - Al-Ma'un
Surah 108 - Al-Kauthar
Surah 109 - Al-Kaafirun
Surah 110 - An-Nasr
Surah 111 - Al-Masad
Surah 112 - Al-Ikhlaas
Surah 113 - Al-Falaq
Surah 114 - An-Naas

Surah Al-Bayyinah is pretty easy in the beginning, but I think the last ayah's are the hardest. It's such a tongue twister. :'(

So after that, I'll move onto the next surah. Insha Allah I will finish the whole Last Juz by the end of the summer! If you want to join in the challenge just post what surah's you have learned, what Juz you are going to try to finish, and what surah you are working on. Try to blog about the next surah on the list every week, and also be sure to blog when you finish a surah. May Allah bless and guide us allah! -Nisa


NeverEver said...


This is the first time I have come across your blog. MashaAllah, it is very nice though!!! So I just converted to Islam less than two weeks ago and I am really wanting to learn more of the Qur'an. I have learned Al Fatiha, Al-Ikhlaas, and a part of Al- Kaafirun in order to pray. I was wondering what do you find to be the best method of memorizing Qur'an? Just reading over adn over, or listening, or writing? AANNNyyyway, any tips would be helpful!!! Thanks!!!!!!


Sunni Hijabi said...

Asalaam wa alaykum Neverever,

First of all, ALHAMDULILAH sister! Welcome to Islam!!
I usually get English Transliteration, the Arabic, and the English TRANSLATION. Then, I take it one or two ayahs/verses a day. I listen to it to make sure I am pronouncing it correctly, read the transliteration..etc. is the best way to memorize the Qu'ran. Also Please keep in touch my dear sister!


NeverEver said...

Wa alaikum asalam Nisa,

Thanks for responding so quickly, and in both places!!! Jazakillah Khair for the advice and the warm welcome! One of my friends bought me a copy of Qur'an with the Arabic, transliteration, and translation as well so I will plan to use this extensively along with those websites, inshaAllah.
Thanks thanks thanks again!!


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