Result calculation at the ECL exam has changed in favor of the examinees.
It is not required any more to achieve 60% at both the written and at the oral exam but it is enough to achieve an average 60% in all 4 skills all together in order to have a successful complex exam. The minimum is 40% in each skill.
Thus it is possible to compensate the achieved probable weaker result with one or more better result(s) achieved at (an)other skill(s).
40% average achieved at written exam + 80% average achieved at oral exam = successful complex exam
45% achieved at any skill + 60% achieved at any skill + 60% achieved at any skill + 75% achieved at any skill = 60% = successful complex exam
This change comes into effect from December 2016 exam term and is not valid retroactively. The new way of result calculation is valid for a complex exam completed within one exam term only and it cannot be validated for partial exams (written exam or oral exam) completed in different exam terms.