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Our ACT Tutoring program in Tustin is by far the most specialized in Southern California and possibly even in the country. Our program is so different because of how and why the ACT Tutoring Program was written to begin with. What many people don’t realize is that every large ACT Tutoring company hires writers to put their large programs together. But are these writers in touch with the students' needs by working as ACT tutors in the past? Often times not! Believe it or not, many ACT Tutors in Tustin use courses that are put together by the larger companies and are not written with the typical student in mind. These companies invest heavily in the look and feel of their course, while often times neglect investing critical attention to the minute, individualized details which our company focuses on. Unfortunately, more often than not, a student needs exactly that.
That is why Tier One Tutors was created, and is also why we've been so successful the last few years. The ACT Tutoring program was put together over a long period of time, and is based in part on actual ACT questions. Unlike every other ACT Tutor in Tustin who wrote programs before they even knew what exactly was going to be on the new test, we pushed the money aside and strove for perfection. The fruit of our labor has finally shown through in our specialized and unique approach to the ACT!
The writers of our ACT Tutoring program are the two young, dynamic, and ambitious owners of Tier One Tutors, Steve Dorfman and Brian Mupo. Both of them have spent untold amounts of hours writing and developing this system. Their unique SAT and ACT programs are the backbone of Tier One Tutors which serves all of Southern California, including Tustin.
So, if you're looking for an ACT tutor in Tustin, call us at Tier One Tutors today!
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There are many places across the country that claim to be the best place to live, but the city of Tustin, California is one that can actually back up that claim. Back in 2009, Forbes magazine named the city as one of the 25 best to live in the United States, thanks in large part to it having one of the shortest commutes in Southern California. It really is hard to believe that you are still in the Los Angeles metropolitan area when you visit Tustin, such is the beauty of the place and the Mediterranean climate that the residents enjoy there.
The history of the city stretches back to the late 1700’s when Spanish settlers arrived in the area, but it wasn’t until 1870 that it was granted its current name after the city was founded by a carriage maker from Northern California named Columbus Tustin. The founder of the city passed away in 1877, but the groundwork for a thriving city had already been laid by that point. In 1927 it was decided that the city should incorporate, which was a decision that literally put it on the map. At that time there were only 900 residents making home in the “City of the Trees,” a far cry from the more than 75,000 residents that now call Tustin home.
The city became known as a leader in education for the area, ensuring that it continued to thrive in the years that followed incorporation. The importance of the geographical location of Tustin was brought to light during World War II, as no less than three different military bases were established in and around the city. It was when the war finally ended, though, that the city began to experience an incredible amount of growth.
Many major industries came to the area, resulting in freeways leading in that brought with it a whole slew of new modern day settlers looking to make their home in this little slice of Orange County. The orchards that the area had become known for slowly started to disappear during this period of growth, to the point where very few of them are still around today. That doesn’t mean that the history of Tustin died as new developments sprung up and annexation took place. There are still plenty of signs of the old city, including buildings that date back to the very earliest days of settlement in the area.
Tustin is one of the few places where the old and the new seem to live in perfect harmony. The Historic Old Town does not look out of place among the newer parks and shopping areas. The populace is a young one, though, with more than 80% of the population under the age of 54. Despite the young average age of the residents, they are still aware and very proud of the history of the city that they call home.