In general, when we say an algorithm $A$ PAC learns $C$ in time $t$, we say $A$ takes time $t$ before outputting a hypothesis $h$, and the hypothesis can be evaluated (on every $x$) in time $t$.
Now how is the hypothesis output? In the sense, should the learner write down the truth table/ circuit description? Is the time in describing the hypothesis included in $t$? Or does one only worry about how long it takes to evaluate $h$? If the output is a truth table, can't every hypothesis be evaluated in time $1$ already?