On the first day of a communications class, I went up to the professor after class and told her that I may have a problem in that no matter how much i prepare for a speech, I still blank out and BS my way through the speech even though I'm not afraid to get in front of the class and speak. Unfortunately, she misunderstood this and thinks I have a learning disorder and/or a speaking problem. I tried to correct her but i think the damage had already been done and she said, "Dont worry, this class will help you overcome your problem even though your grade may not reflect" So I'll probably manage a B or hopefully an A in the class, and was thinking regardless of whether I told her that or not, Id ask for a recommendation letter. If she writes in the letter (most likely she will), "student came to me first day of class and told me he had speaking/learning problems but by the end of the course, he improved" would adcoms view the letter negatively because I she mentioned I have a problem (even though i really dont) ? Should I continue and ask her at the end for the rec letter or find someone else to ask?