/ Adult Education English as a Second Language Classes Classes in English as a Second Language are offered for beginners through advanced students, mornings and evenings in our classrooms in our West Chester location. Reading, writing, speaking, and English comprehension are developed in the context of real-life and workplace situations. Jan 20, · GED Classes Chester, Pennsylvania Listed here is an overview of GED® or HiSET® prep class locations and testing sites in the Chester region. Pennsylvania is using multiple options for HSE (high school equivalency) testing, the GED and HiSET.
Lessons taught in GED® classes include writing, reading, social studies, math, and science. Those are the subject areas that make up the test in Pennsylvania. Usually prep programs in Chester PA are offered at: Chester Adult Education Centers. Adult Basic Education levels and more advanced preparation classes are available. Delaware County Community College operates as an official Pennsylvania GED Testing Center for residents in Delaware and Chester Counties. The GED testing consists of five separate tests: Language Arts Reading and Writing; Mathematics, Science and Social Studies.
CHESTER COUNTY OIC E MARKET ST STE WEST CHESTER, PA Name: JOYCE CHESTER Phone: () - miles away WEST CHESTER AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT ELLIS LN WEST CHESTER, PA Name: MICHAEL PILLAGALLI Phone: () - miles away. Jan 20, · Northwest Adult Education Eagle Dr | Eagleville | PA | Ph: () Chester County Workforce Literacy Exton Square Pkwy | Exton | PA | .
The GED Testing Center is NOW OPEN! Through funding provided by the Chester County Workforce Development Board and the Chester County Department of Community Development, the PA CareerLink® Chester County has become an Authorized GED Test Center. To register for the test, or for more information, please contact: Chester County Opportunities Industrialization Center (CCOIC) recently purchased its first van to be used for transporting program participants to workshops, training, and job interviews. The passenger Chevy van was purchased through a state grant sponsored by (now) retired PA State Senator Andrew Dinniman.