I was reading a book by Cal Newport's book "Win at College", and one chapter he gives advice on paying your dues in research. Here's an excerpt from that chapter: "If getting involved with original research is one of the best things you can do as an undergraduate, then getting involved and acting as if you are somehow entitled to responsibility is one of the worst. The reason you begin research work early in your college career is so you have time to learn and time to prove yourself. During your first year assisting on a research project, you have to pay your dues. Don't expect anything. Just be as helpful as possible. Be available. Get work done on time. Make life easier for your research team." How accurate is this? Do you agree with him?