Petite if you are female. You are about where your supposed to be. According to the US Military the target weight is around 120 -125lb.
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A healthy weight is between 120 lbs and 155 lbs. A weight within this range is considered "normal" under Body Mass Index (BMI) standards. Source: www.cdc.gov
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If you use Body Mass Index as the determining factor for a healthy weight range, then aiming for a score between 18.5 and 24, then the ideal weight for someone 5 foot 6 inches tall is within the weight range of 115 to 150 pounds. The metric equivalent is a 168 cm tall person weighing between 52.3 and 68.2 kilograms.
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Yes. Weight is not as important as height and measurements but it does play a role in the modeling industry--mainly for fashion and runway. Most female models that are 5'8" or taller are required to be within the 100-125 pound range. Male models weight requirements vary.
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It sounds a bit thin but you most likely haven't "filled out" yet. Within the next couple years you will begin to acquire female curves which will probably add to your weight. You'll probably attain adult height by the time you're 14 which will better enable you to judge your proportions (weight to height).