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Published On: Mon, Jul 22nd, 2019

What Should I Know Before I start to Learn Quran Online?

With simple internet access, we can learn the Holy Quran in the comfort of our home or wherever we are. Now that you have decided to learn Quran online, there are some useful things you should know before you start. Below, you’re going to see some things you should know about online classes and other useful info. So, let’s start. 

cover of a Quran photo by crystalina via wikimedia commons

Effort is important

A common misconception is that online classes, in general, require no effort. The reality is entirely different, though. Every student who wants to learn Quran online successfully needs to put some effort into the class and the learning process. The success of your courses depends on how much effort you’re willing to make. Therefore, to succeed, you need to pay attention to your tutor, their lessons, and focus on learning materials.

You’re the only student

Online classes of Quran are not like traditional courses where students sit and listen to a tutor. You’re the only student in the class when you decide to learn Quran online. Individualized approach is more effective, but it also means you have the opportunity to ask questions you’d never ask if other students were around.

Tutors are qualified

A major concern that some people have about online courses is whether tutors are certified or “legit” or not. Quality of tutors often depends on the quality of the online service. But, in most cases, tutors are qualified and have all the necessary credentials for teaching their students the Quran.

Learning about Islam in general

Students who learn Quran online also get valuable lessons about Islam in general, life, and other things that every Muslim needs to know. In other words, you learn how to be a better person and a better Muslim. That’s the true importance of these classes – our personal growth and development. 

Self-paced learning

The reason why some adults and children don’t learn the Quran well in a traditional setting is that the focus is not on one student alone. In most classrooms, 15 or 20 students listen to the same lecture and take the same tests. Tutor can’t pay attention to one student only. As a result, some students advance while others don’t. Online courses of Quran are self-paced, meaning you are in charge of your own progress. In turn, you can successfully learn Quran, recite the Holy Book, and have a positive learning experience. 

Bottom line

Before you start to learn Quran online, you need to bear in mind it’s important to make some effort. Your success is directly tied to the amount of effort you make. Learning Quran is one of the most rewarding experiences in every Muslim’s life. Good luck.

Author: Sumeet Manhas

 

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