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Orange SAT Tutoring
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Our SAT Tutoring program in Orange is hands down the most unique, comprehensive and personalized in Southern California and possibly in the country. One of the biggest reasons why our program is so different has to do with how and why the SAT Tutoring Program was written in the first place. What most parents don’t realize is that every large SAT Tutoring company hires writers to put their programs together. Are these writers even tutors? Are they qualified? Are they in touch with the students' needs? Not necessarily! Believe it or not, many SAT Tutors in Orange use courses that are put together by the larger companies and are not written from the perspective of an average student. They are just made to look attractive and cover details in the SAT test. Unfortunately that will not get the job done.
This is why Tier One Tutors was created, and is also why we've been so successful thus far. The SAT Tutoring program was put together over the period of a full year AFTER official practice tests for the new SAT were disseminated to the public. Unlike every other SAT Tutor in Orange who wrote programs before they even knew what exactly was going to be on the new test, we pushed the money aside and took the path of idealism. This has finally paid off in our unbelievable and unique approach to the SAT!
The writers of our SAT Tutoring program are the two young, ambitious and dynamic owners of Tier One Tutors, Brian Mupo and Steven Dorfman. The two of them spent countless hours over the course of a full year writing and developing their new program. The reason they felt so confident that they could create something unique and different is because they went through the struggle on the SAT themselves before they mastered it. Both went through SAT Tutoring courses and spent a myriad of hours preparing on their own while in high school. After a long hard struggle both achieved their ideal scores. Upon entering college, they independently recognized that helping others to accomplish what they did was of the utmost importance. Hence, Tier One Tutors was born serving all of Southern California, including Orange.
So, if you're looking for an SAT tutor in Orange, call Tier One Tutors today!
More information on Orange
Orange is a city in Orange County and is located in the American state of California and is currently the 180th city of the country with regards to population, with an estimated head count of 136,416 (data from 2010). It is 25.240 square miles big, which makes it the 190th city of the United States of America in terms of size.
Orange as a municipality was founded in 1869 and was officially incorporated on April 6, in the year 1888. The city was the first and only city in the Orange County to be planned and eventually build around a plaza, which made that a lot of people now call it ‘Plaza city’. The city was of course named after the county that it is in.
Of the current population (136,416), 67.1% is white, 1.6% is African-American, 0.7% is Native American and 11.3% is Asian. Over 38.1% is Hispanic. Of all households, 37.6% have children that are younger than 18 years old. 12.1% of households are single women, 5.6% of the households are single men. The average family size in 2010 was 3.42.
The climate of Orange is very warm, since it is located in the south of California. Average temperature varies between 69°F in January and 84°F in August, with a very dry summer. The climate in general is very pleasant.
Public Facilities are taken well care of in Orange, with multiple hospitals (of which UC Irvine Medical Center is the biggest), as well as a fire and police department. The city has a small zoo and its own wildlife sanctuary. The city also has a university of its own. There are plenty of rail connections towards Los Angeles and the Northern San Diego county. The regional airport of the city is the John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana.