The only person with a "deficient" is the psyc who did the testing, took his money and ran. You should have gotten a much better explanation than that.
First check out this post. Look for the Sept 22 post at 9:39 and compare her sons test results to yours.
Your results and his are very typical of people with ADHD and good intelligence. The reason you sucked at math and reading was simply because, while the other kids were getting the fundamentals - your mind was somewhere else. There is really nothing else in school like math. You miss the initial concept and you are in deep mud everytime that step comes up.
I used to hear the term dyslexia a lot. Not so much anymore. Your ADHD could have easily been the cause of your reading problems. Check out this link from good ole Wikipedia. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyslexia.
If your reading skills have gotten better then the ADHD was probably the primary cause and you have learned to adjust.
Your major problem is (in my opinion) that your were (and I am sure still are) a intelligent girl. If you had been a hyperactive boy, pulling D's - you would have gotten some help in hopefully understanding what is causing the problems. Read more of the posts between PatSue and myself to get a take on this.
I highly recommend you read - a new book by a UC Berkley honors student with severe ADHD about growing up with ADHD. The book is called - "ADHD and Me, What I learned from lighting fires at the dinner table," by Blake Taylor. Basically, "the Cal freshman tells how he made the ADHD work in his favor." Two other good books are - "Driven to Distraction" by Hallowell, and "The Gift of ADHD", by Honos-Webb.
Finally, being tested was important. You now know you have ADHD. This is not something to be just "OK" with. It is something that can be conquered. But to do that, you have to understand it - "know your enemy". I still can't believe you got tested and no additional help. That's like a doctor saying you have high blood pressure - "Good Luck". The only deficit you will have or the only way you will seem stupid is if you roll over and just accept this. I've got a feeling that you don't have the "mightymouse" nickname for nothing. So get those books, find out more about ADHD and quit beating yourself up (well, maybe smack that tester around a bit).
Let me know if you have any other questions. There have been some other posts on this forum that deal with adult ADHD or from college kids that can be helpful.