I admit I'm not a 10. I'm more of a 7 or 8 to most girls but I never even get a second look from most girls despite having many positive qualities such as confidence, charisma, compassion, and dedication and other stuff such as being a smart guy, good cook, and I don't go for sex right away. Why do I still have so many issues finding girls?
Most Helpful Girl
Maybe you are too focused on how "good" you are that you could be missing out on the flaws you have. I notice this with many personal friends and acquaintances of mine; they'll claim to be an amazing person and partner, yet have very unfavourable behaviors, opinions, and worse - an undeserved chip on their shoulder.
However, assuming that's not the case, you could just be running into the wrong girls. It may have nothing to do with shallowness, but more of a general lack of interest. After all, college students are in college, and may be more inclined to keep things casual or not even involve themselves with romance.
It could really be a number of things.
Most Helpful Guy
1) People in general are shallow, not just college girls.
2) I'm not sure why you're correlating your looks to how much attention you get from the ladies. I know tons of less-fortunate-looking guys who date some very lovely women. You might want to reassess your situation.1