It frustrates me that it might be because of my looks because of my
Looks because I don't have a boyfriend?
Because I might be rated to be way below a 0 or rated to be a 1.
Firstly, I cannot really judge your looks without seeing them lol. BUT, DO NOT SHARE A PHOTO ON THIS SITE. This site is based on anonymity, so not a good idea.
All I can do is give you some general advice. If you are concerned with how you look, try putting some work into yourself to change how you look. Go to the gym, try wearing a different style of clothing, change up your hair style, try wearing your makeup differently. There are fashion consultants for this type of thing, if necessary but I'd bet that some of your female friends would be willing to help you out as well.
REally? Have you looked around? There are tons of people out in the world who are average looking or even plain, or homely, and they have dates, get married, and have fulfilling lives.
Make sure you're not using this as an excuse. I can say this because - I've done it. Spent my whole high school career moping and thinking, I'll never date, never marry, etc. In fact, I didn't date much in high school. Some of the other girls didn't, either. Let me tell you about Kim and Lisa. Kim was very tall and slender. I'd have said skinny, back then. She wore glasses. She was no 'better looking' than I was. She didn't sit around at home moping that her breasts weren't big enough or that her parents wouldn't buy her contacts. She read Vogue magazine and started sewing her wardrobe of fashionable, up-to-the-minute clothing. It didn't matter that no one else in our tiny backward town wore gaucho pants or midi-skirts - she forged ahead proud of her style and talent.
Lisa wanted to be a cheerleader. To say she was un-coordinated would be kind. She actually did try out- she was perpetually on the wrong foot, leaning or clapping or pointing the opposite direction from everyone else. Lisa found a head from an old mascot suit, and went to the faculty advisor. If she made/found the rest of the costume, could she be the mascot? The advisor said yes. The mascot only had to jump around and be enthusiastic. There was no requirement to be graceful, co-ordinated, or be able to do cartwheels, round-offs, splits, or any of the other quasi-gymnastic things cheerleaders were starting to do back then.
If you are young, (I'm guessing you are) understand that many boys gravitate toward the pretty, already popular girls. There's social pressure to do that so your friends are impressed with who you date. No lie, girls do it, too. But when one gets to the age where one is seriously considering who you want to spend your life with, looks don't factor in so much. Kindness, honesty, willingness to work toward certain goals, the ability to forego instant gratification to get something more important later on; are things you look for when you want to build a life with someone.
I hated the way I looked when I was young. My nose was too big, my breasts were too small, I wore glasses, I didn't like my freckles. One day I looked in the mirror, and my nose wasn't that big, my glasses and freckles were kind of cute. My breasts were the right size for my body. I hadn't done anything, except my attitude changed.