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HiSET Learning Center W23

with John Gullotti

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Receive individual or small group academic assistance in preparation to take the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test). Reading, writing and math foundational help is provided with general assistance for social studies and science. Students working towards the HiSET are required to attend the HiSET Learning Center for a minimum of eight hours of preparation. All the HiSET students must meet with the intake counselor, complete the CASAS assessment and the HiSET practice tests. This will be followed up with an individual plan based on student academic needs. All of the HiSET testing is done at our Waterville location and is free of charge. For more information please call 873-5754. No class Feb. 14, Feb. 22, Apr. 17, and Apr. 19. Testing accommodations may be available for individuals with documented disabilities.

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HiSET Math Lab W23

with John Gullotti

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Receive individual or small group academic assistance in preparation to take the HiSET (High School Equivalency Test). Reading, writing and math foundational help is provided with general assistance for social studies and science. Students working towards the HiSET are required to attend the HiSET Learning Center for a minimum of eight hours of preparation. All the HiSET students must meet with the intake counselor, complete the CASAS assessment and the HiSET practice tests. This will be followed up with an individual plan based on student academic needs. All of the HiSET testing is done at our Waterville location and is free of charge. For more information please call 873-5754. No class Feb. 21, and  Apr. 18. Testing accommodations may be available for individuals with documented disabilities.

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