(Original post by TheHuman)
Well, the JCQ Post-results services document doesn't seem to mention a date by which EAR's (includes Remarks) should be done. I'd wait a little more and then ask your exam officers to ring the exam board up and enquire about it.
The paper you say you asked to be remarked: That's a single module (unit) right?
Assuming so, if you were 1 mark of a B in a single unit, then really it is not worth remarking. Most of the time marks do not go up, but remain the same, sometimes they can even go down a little. If a mark does not increase, you won't get your money back.
Since it is a unit, your whole grade is dependant on the sum of the marks of all
the units in AS (+A2 units if you decide to do that --> you would get an A-Level grade).
Therefore you would just need to work a little harder to get an extra mark
in the next unit, to counter the first exam's missing mark.