Roughly speaking thousands, if not millions of Muslims are interested in memorizing the sacred book brought from the heavens. And why not? Being a Hafz-e-Quran is a prestigious and distinguished title and somehow the literal goal of every Muslim's life is to learn Quran. However, for someone who does not speak Arabic, memorizing the Holy Quran might be a difficult endeavour. Many people attempt to learn to abandon up their thoughts anticipating the difficulty in memorizing. But some persistent people stick to their objective, put in efforts, and learn the entire Quran.


For anyone considering learning the Quran, one question that always arises in their minds bothers them. People often wonder how long it will take them to memorize the Quran. Non-Arabic speakers are always curious about the amount of effort and time required to achieve their goal so that having a general notion and data statics check-up can keep them focused and organized. 


On an estimated basis on average of data collected from several students shows it takes anything from 3 to 5 years to fully comprehend Quran. The data shows general statics that can vary from person to person depending upon the IQ level, potential, personalized learning and coaching skills, and duration of time you utilize on studying. You could become a Hafiz in less than two to three years if you believe you have the potential and practice hard. Adults will need 8 to 12 weeks to complete a Tajweed course, depending on the intensity of their study. And it takes 6 to 24 months to memorize the complete Quran. A course in Arabic can take anywhere from ten to twenty months. In the case of children, it is determined by their age, aptitude, and parental and teacher assistance. 


Several indicators, in addition to age, are used to estimate how long it takes an individual to memorize the Quran. The factors effecting are;


Interest in memorizing Quran


Level of dedication


Mental health/ mental satisfaction


Side Businesses 


A good Tutor 


Interest in memorizing Quran


There’s a famous saying “Passion leaves to dedication”. If a person ASPIRES to be hafiz, he would eventually work harder to learn QURAN. The only sole reason would be self-satisfaction and self-desire. As a result, faster memorizing of the Quran is possible. 


Level of dedication


Your devotion is the most significant component in becoming a Hafiz, some people get intimidated by the effort and believe they can't learn Quran. While others view memorizing the Quran as a challenge and persevere themselves to fulfil a difficult task. They're the ones.


Mental health/ mental satisfaction


Not only in memorizing this precious book, but in studying anything, mental wellness is crucial. If your mental health is good, you will be able to focus completely on your task, making learning easier.


Side Businesses 


It becomes increasingly difficult to devote more time to memorizing the Quran and effectively manage the time between school studying/ performing jobs and giving quality time to your objective.


A good Tutor 


Having qualified Quran teachers can make a big difference in your ability to become a Hafiz. The level of interest depends on the tutor teaching that subject. Fortunately, you may now employ online Quran teachers to assist you with memorizing the Quran without having to leave your home.


Conclusion:


Learning Quran is not a tough job. It does, however, necessitate more dedication, hard work, a well-planned program, and a trained Quran teacher.