It's hard to rate where you at regarding skill, there is always more to learn, so reaching a 100% skill rate is nearly impossible I think. Still thinking about your own skill level and trying to rate yourself is good for your own meta perspective.
My current learning focus is on PHP. In PHP I understand and can use OOP principles. I understand the MVC pattern and how it's used in modern frameworks. I have applied this in my ever growing CMS project. Laravel is my next target in my path to learn more about PHP and to be able to add a framework to my skill-set. Also I want to learn more about proper error handling with exceptions and php testing. MySql I can apply at an average level, but for complex join queries etc I have to read some info on it.
HTML & CSS are add a novice level. Although I'm not much of a designer you will need it of course. Animating things in css is an example of something I have to look up, but styling a page etc is no problem. I know a bit of bootstrap, I use the grid layout. But I heard of a css thing called flex-box which I want to investigate.
WordPress is something I know how to use, editing templates, restyling, add some functionality. But I never took the time to build a template from scratch. I wanted to learn PHP so I could understand WordPress better and ending up not building templates at all because learning the 'real' thing was more interesting then modifying WordPress functionality. Still this is something that I want and need to be more skilled in since so many small business websites run on it.
I use git at a personal level but using it with multiple people is a different thing. I have left Python behind for now, I tried Node.js but it wasn't really my thing. Then I found a Udemy course on Go (golang),which I learn as an extra. It's relatively new and I think has then potential to become real big in the near future. This course also strengthened my Terminal skills.
PHP & MySqlNoob Wizard
GO (Golang)Noob Wizard
Bootstrap (like to use the grid)