First: Go to this website http://www.macroplant.com/iexplorer/ and download the version of iExplorer for your operating system. iExplorer is a simple GUI for viewing, editing, and manipulating files on your iOS device.
Second: Run the installer, and follow directions given, connect your device to your USB port and a list of files on your device will appear.
Third: See the "Apps" icon on the left side and click the + sign. A list of files will appear, these are your applications, the names are messed up, so it may take some searching to find Python for iOS, mine is personally called "com.hoz.ipython" it is probably the same for you. **Sometimes iExplorer will tell you that you can only open 5 directories per session after your first install, just close and run it again to fix it**
Four: Open the folder called "Documents" located in the Python for iOS directory, et voila! A list of all saved files is there, (If you are participating in the Test Flight beta, you will need to open the corresponding file that you saved your script in eg. "User Scripts" or "Modules" before you see your scripts) and you simply drag them onto your desktop to get them onto your computer, or drag them from your computer to that folder and they will be capable of being edited in Python for iOS.
There is so much you can do with iExplorer, you can transfer any documents from any other app that doesn't/can't support iTunes/Dropbox/cloud transfer, or even move a file from one app to another app. Warning though, transferring files to and from apple created apps doesn't always play nicely, and I wouldn't recommend screwing around with files that you don't understand.
Side note: Can't wait for Python 3 support so I can use this app effectively again!