Would You Ask This Professor for a Recommendation?

<p>One of my 11th grade teachers who agreed to write me a recommendation just sent out an email to everyone saying she'll be moving to another school district and won't have time to complete any recs for anyone. </p>

<p>So I'm one rec short, and I have no clue what to do.</p>

<p>I'm taking a macroeconomics class at my local State U. The teacher is really nice, and I always make an effort to participate. We had 3 exams, I got an 80 on the first, and a 100 on the other two. </p>

<p>Should I ask her for a recommendation even though she's only known me 6 weeks? What if she says she'll do it, but ends up writing a four-liner? </p>

<p>What is the proper etiquette here, because I'm really out of options</p>

<p>If you were close to your 11th grade teacher, I woul ask her. My teacher moved to Brooklyn, NY and still wants to write recs for us for next year. No I would not. Unless you got close to her then dont or if the class was really small.</p>

<p>Well I mean I don't want to ask my 11th grade teacher after she already said she can't do it anymore. That would be pushing it a bit. </p>

<p>It was a big class, but I sat up front and the prof knew me. I think I'm gonna ask her, and feel out her reaction. If I sense some hesitation, I'll just tell her never mind.</p>