The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 66 (1988) > Issues > Issue 11 > Response to Viewpoint on Graduates Can't Draw... by Bernard Boys
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Response to Viewpoint on Graduates Can't Draw... by Bernard Boys

The abilities of graduates, not merely in drawing skills, is open to constant review, but is perhaps in sharper focus at Part 3 time. The publication of the viewpoint was thus extremely well timed when the minds of many senior engineers were probably more open than usual to the performance of their graduates taking the exam. Many, no doubt, support and advise these graduates in their preparations and, like myself, cannot resist reading the paper afterwards and setting aside a little time to think through some solutions. David Wardle