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EASTERN IDAHO TECHNICAL COLLEGE_ _____________________________________________________________ 2016-2017
GED Testing
EITC’s Testing Center administers GED tests during the year at
scheduled times. Students need to schedule an appointment for
GED testing. Schedules are available upon request. Call
(208) 535-5438 for more information.
Theresa Groenewold, Division Manager
Sandie Takahashi
Joyce Byington, Office Specialist
Cecilia Flores, Customer Service Specialist
Desk: (208) 535-5386
Office Specialist: (208) 535-5326
Room 340, John Christofferson Building
The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Division is housed in the
Adult Learning Center (ALC) and assists students in achieving
their goals through basic skills instruction in English,
mathematics, and reading. Specialized classes are available in
English as a Second Language (ESL), General Educational
Development (GED) preparation.
Services are free to adults over the age of 16, who are not
enrolled in a K-12 program and whose basic skills fall below the
12th grade level.
English as a Second Language (ESL)
The ESL program provides non-English-speaking students with
instruction in the English language from beginning through
advanced levels.
General Skills Brush Up and GED Prep
The regional ALC offers free instruction to prepare students for
the four GED exams. Assistance is provided in general skills that
are needed for college entrance exams. Similar instruction in
basic skills and GED preparation is offered in outreach centers in
Bonneville, Butte, Custer, Madison, and Fremont counties.
New students entering the ABE program on campus or in the
outreach centers will take a pre-test to identify their
academic levels. There is no charge for this test. The test
assesses reading, language (English and writing), and math
skills. Each student will pre-test at entrance and post-test after
receiving a minimum of 60 hours of educational instruction. The
test shows results as well as areas of strengths and weaknesses.
The test takes between two & four hours. Please call the Adult
Learning Center to schedule a test at (208) 535-5386 or (208)
Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS)
Each ESL student will be pre-tested and placed into the correct
class or level according to the CASAS score. There is no charge
to take the CASAS exam. CASAS tests take approximately
two and one half hours to complete. Post- testing after every 70
course hours will monitor student progress. Please call the Adult
Learning Center to schedule a test at (208) 535-5326 or (208)
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