Can't remember the exact score as I've left my print out at work but it was about that. For practical I have 2 2501 routers and 2 1900 switches at home, all purchased on Ebay. For study it was the Wendell Odom Intro and ICND books, plus the QUE CCNA book (ISBN-10: 0789735199 ISBN-13: 978-0789735195) which I quite liked as it does seem to walk you through the theory, then install/practical, then troubleshooting.
Test itself was a bit odd - certainly had a few questions that I'd not seen the likes of before, but they were still asking the same sort of stuff - if you follow me. Point being that you really do need to *know the theory* and how to *apply it*. Had a couple of standard drag/drop questions (such as how to enable terminal vty access - don't mind mentioning that as it's in all three textbooks noted above). The sim was easy - just an interface that needed enabling. The other thing that did come in handy for subnetting was the fact that I wrote down my little table. I know we all do this differently, but my version is simply:
Prefix Example IP Hosts Subnets /28 192.168.0.240 16 16
From that I just expand either way - up to /31 and down to /22 appears sufficient. Also that listing is with 0-subnet in mind.
OK, that's about all I can say in case I get some nasty reply back from those CertGuard guys.
Thanks again for the input from the folks here (and yes BernieM and Scooby - I still have that EIGRP error message! ;) ).
Good luck to all,