This is the result of my social skill test at this link
|Comfort in Social Situations|
"Social situations don't bring out the best in you - you just don't feel at ease in circumstances in which you are expected to mingle.
Even with the best of social skills, someone who is not comfortable among a group of people will have difficulty being himself or herself, and you may feel that this is the case with you. Your discomfort may have arisen as a result of being self-conscious of the way you act around others.
This hesitation can create an uncertain vibe around you, making it less likely that people will approach you because of your uncomfortable demeanor.
It doesn't have to be this way, however. Like learning to drive or working a muscle, being comfortable in social situations takes time to develop. Don't let this discourage you, and don't allow uncomfortable social situations you faced in the past to sidetrack you. Keep working on your social skills and exposing to yourself to new social situations, a little bit at a time."