At the risk of being a killjoy, what you need to understand about your DNA results is that while it's marketed as a quick route to finding out your ethnicity, that that part of it is so inaccurate that's it's almost fraud. It will put you on the right continent - basically, it can tell you if you're a white guy, a black guy, Asian, a mix, or whatever - but anything beyond that should be considered to be "strictly for entertainment only, not real genealogy".
To be clear, the matches to your relatives are 100% legit (well, some of the more distant ones can be false positives, but that's not a big thing), and through THEM - and through real genealogy - your ethnicity and personal heritage are revealed.
But the percentages they give? Mine were ridiculous, and didn't even match my brothers' with any degree of accuracy. Said I was about 3/4 Great Britain, when mom was half Irish & half German (AncestryDNA).
Some people report getting reasonable answers, and swear by it, but that's basically just luck. As you learn more about DNA, you'll discover that while you get exactly 50% from each of your parents, that's where such precision ends. Specifically, you do NOT get EXACTLY 1/4 from each grandparent. As you go further back, it begins to vary quite a lot vs the nominal fraction. Instead of 1/64 from a given gt-gt-gt-gt grandparent, you might well have virtually ZERO.
If you don't have exactly the same amount of DNA from each gt-gt-gt-gt grandparent, there's no way they could possibly figure out your ethnic mix with any real precision, even if they could identify EXACTLY what region each gt-gt-gt-gt grandparent came from (which I really don't think they even can).
Just stick with your friends here on WikiTree, and we'll help you figure out your REAL roots! (Do I get some kind of commission for this advertisement? How about maybe just a cookie?,,,)