Perhaps the lesson from this is that the school is right for your child they don't need 2 hours per night for two years (or even 2 hours a week...), and if they do, IMHO it is the wrong school for them.
I'd have to agree with you mad? My daughter didn't have any tutoring at all, other than going through a few practice tests with me. I know lots of parents who had tutors specifically for the 11+, some were successful, some weren't. What worries me is the kids who were in the middle or bottom streams at my daugther's school who were tutored, passed the 11+ (just about) and I suspect will now struggle to keep up at grammar for the next 7 years unless they continue to be tutored.
As I said, my daughter didn't have any tutoring, she passed her 11+, scoring 419, but if she hadn't then I would have known that she couldn't have managed at grammar.