Most Helpful Guy
Absolutely nothing in the information you provided suggests a high likelihood of failing to find a partner in the long-term (if you're academically strong you can analyze and prove that objectively ;) .. on the contrary, you sound like you would make a desirable partner when older).
I recommend going to university/college (later), you'll meet more mature like-minded people, and the childish popularity crap that you get in school becomes less of an issue.
Contacts, good idea, but you have plenty of time still for them.
If your chest seems to continue to fail to develop in the next few years, I suggest seeing a doctor - that can sometimes be caused by a (treatable) hormonal imbalance. www.netdoctor.co.uk/.../203681.html0
Most Helpful Girl
You will not always be single. I was in similar situation as you, nerdy girl, loved books, no glasses but braces instead, flat chest (I'm 22 and still flat as can be), and really insecure. I still had a lot of guys and girls even ask me out.
But don't rush it! Young lady, you're only 13! I had my first boyfriend at 19. I had my first kiss at 19 by my first boyfriend. He was the first guy I hugged, held hands with, kissed, at age 19! So please, just enjoy your childhood. You don't wanna find out about love yet, don't rush, just be happy that you're doing good in school. Yes, sometimes it kinda sucks. Almost all my friends had boyfriends since 9 or 10 years old, they were even already mothers by age 15 or 16, but that's what happens when young and immature people get into romantic relationships. Don't be ashamed though. Don't rush it, you'll be fine :)0