Memorised Surah Sajdah completely in Ramadan Alhamdulillah. I dropped the idea of memorising Yaseen since I joined a Hifdh class (which started last week) and I wanted to make sure I did a proper chunk so I started with Fussliat. InshaAllah will complete until Jathiyah by December.
This makes a lot of sense to me 0.0
Try working in mini sessions with smaller targets. Working in short bursts helps to maintain focus and motivation. 5-15 minutes may seem too little to some but for them its perfect.
This is a somewhat extreme example of a short session versus a longer one:
1. Complete concentration for a small amount of time.
2. Complete concentration for a small amount of the time then, trying to stop your mind from wandering for the rest of the session.
Things don’t always go this way but this shows an example of how it can be when you have a short attention span.
Studying this way can help keep things interesting and stop them from making the negative association of boredom with hifdh and Allah knows best.
I discovered this site about 5 years ago and has been extremely very useful. They have details about various methods of memorization and also tips to learn page numbers and verse numbers.
After having read Surah Sajdah many times over I thought memorising it should be easy like how it was with Surah Kahf. Maybe I’m just soo much out of touch with memorising 😦
Memorised Surah Sajdah 32:1-11 (1pg) with a few mistakes and 32:12-20 somewhat.