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that was a mistake we made when making this week's ḥadīth quiz - it is a feature that can not be changed once the test is released. i'm very sorry about that. but good news - on monday afternoon your results will be emailed to you in shaa' Allaah. In the future, all quizzes will have the option to view the score right after the test in shaa' Allaah, like the other three this week.
May Allaah reward you for your patience!
Last edit: 11 years 4 months ago by moosaa.richardson.
Here are the results of the ḥadīth quiz for the first week. They are arranged by username in alphabetical order. Look for the name you sign in with, and the number below your name is your score. We do not plan on posting scores like this again, we expect that everyone should be able to access their scores online privately. Our apologies for the inconvenience surrounding this quiz.
Please contact us for your score if you do not see it here.
Here are the questions and answers from the ḥadīth quiz so you can review and find your mistakes if you had any. The first answer (a.) of the four is the correct one in this listing, with a "T" in front of it.
1. + S 1
A shaahid (شاهد) and a mutaabaah (متابعة) are
a. + T interchangeable according to how some scholars of ḥadīth use them
b. + F interchangeable according to all of the scholars
c. + F two words used to describe weak narrators
d. + F two terms meaning COMPLETE and INCOMPLETE
• 2. + S 1
An example of a narration from a mubham (مبهم) narrator would be
a. + T "One of the scholars of Makkah told me..."
b. + F "Khalaf Abū ar-Rabee dictated to me..."
c. + F "An old man named Muhammad narrated to me..."
d. + F "Haaroon Abū Muhammad, an old shaykh, told me..."
• 3. + S 1
An example of a shaahid (شاهد) for Maalik's narration of the ḥadīth of Ibn Umar: "...then estimate it (the month) to be 30 days" would be [BASED ON THE OPINION THAT A SHAAHID IS DIFFERENT FROM A MUTAABAAH]
a. + T the same wording narrated by Ibn Abbās, collected by an-Nasaaee
b. + F the narration of Muhammad al-Umaree from Ibn Umar in Ṣaḥīh Ibn Khuzaymah
c. + F the ḥadīth of Jibreel
d. + F al-Qanabees narration of the ḥadīth from Maalik, who narrated from Abdullāh ibn Deenaar, on the authority of Ibn Umar
• 4. + S 1
Itibaar ( اعتبار ) means:
a. + T a search for other chains of narration to support a chain that is being studied
b. + F a search for narrations that contradict the meaning of a ḥadīth being studied
c. + F the act of declaring a narrator ḍaʿīf (unreliable)
d. + F the act of testing narrators to check their accuracy and precision
• 5. + S 1
Majhool (مجهول) narrators are of two types:
a. + T majhool al-haal and majhool al-ayn
b. + F thiqah and dha'eef
c. + F majhool at-taammah and majhool al-qaasirah
d. + F Christians and Magians
• 6. + S 1
Regarding ash-Shaafiees narration of the ḥadīth from Maalik: "...And estimate it (the month) to be 30 days"
a. + T Scholars made itibaar of this narration and found that Abdullāh ibn Maslamah al-Qanabee narrated it just like this from Maalik as well
b. + F Scholars made itibaar of this narration and found no support for this wording by ash-Shaafiee
c. + F Scholars never made itibaar of this narration, so it is unknown if ash-Shaafiee was actually correct or not
d. + F Scholars have concluded that this was a mistake made by ash-Shaafiee in his old age
• 7. + S 1
The ḥadīth "Everything has a heart, and the heart of the Qurʾān is YAA-SEEN..." comes from the narration of Haaroon Abū Muhammad. At-Tirmithee said about him that he is "majhool" (مجهول). This means
a. + T this chain is ḍaʿīf (unauthentic)
b. + F this chain is hasan (lower grade of an authentic ḥadīth)
c. + F this chain is ṣaḥīḥ (fully authentic)
d. + F this chain is mawdhoo (fabricated)
• 8. + S 1
The majhool (مجهول) narrator
a. + T is someone whose reliability as a narrator has not been established
b. + F is someone whose name is not known
c. + F is someone whose own family does not know who he is
d. + F is of two types: taammah and qaasirah
• 9. + S 1
The most direct type of support from a witnessing narration can be found in a
a. + T mutaabaah taammah
b. + F shaahid
c. + F itibaar
d. + F mutaabaah qaasirah
• 10. + S 1
What is a researcher looking for when he does itibaar (اعتبار)?
a. + T chains to support the one he is studying
b. + F biographies of the narrators of the ḥadīth he is studying
c. + F rulings on the narrators in the chain he is studying, to see if they are precise narrators or not
d. + F fiqh rulings that could be derived from the text of the ḥadīth
• 11. + S 1
When al-Bukhārī says, "Muhammad narrated to me..." (حدثني محمد) in his Ṣaḥīh
a. + T this is an example of narrating from a muhmal
b. + F he is referring to himself
c. + F he is referring to the Prophet (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam)
d. + F this is an example of narrating from a majhool