I'm often asked what options I offer to students who are interested in receiving personalized assistance with their preparation for the exam. This too has become more common; about a decade ago it was relatively rare to prepare in any way other than with the traditional method of taking a large bar-review class.
For sure, one-on-one tutoring provides very specific benefits and does not entirely supplement all that one receives in a full bar-review course. But it can certainly complement it, and it has the potential to provide for very quick and effective progress since weaknesses can quickly be targeted and improved upon. People are now approaching the bar exam as they approached other tests they've been required to take such as the LSAT, SAT, ACT, etc.
I offer quite a few different options for students who are interested in working with a bar exam tutor. When students e-mail me I provide them with much initial information. If then interested in learning more, we chat on the phone so that I can describe the tutoring in even more detail and so that I can answer any questions that you have about the process