Best Answer: Changes to your credit report happen almost immediately so -- if there are anythings that are going to raise your score likely they've already been reported.
When you're trying to build a solid credit score it's important to get a comprehensive view of what is actually effecting it.
Your Credit Score (also known as your MyFico score) is calculated with the following breakdown:
35% - Payment History
30% - Credit to Debt Ratio
15% - Credit History
10% - New Credit
10% - Credit Types in Use
I raised mine to well over 700 points fro 500 using these steps in less than a year --.
# Know and Track Your Credit Score (be sure to sign up for the free trial of your credit score tracking listed below. It really helped my get my score up.)
# Never Miss a Payment, Starting Today
Never use more than 20% of your Available Credit
# Keep Credit Cards that Have No Annual Fees Open For as Long as Possible
# Extend Your Credit Limit on Cards You Already Have before You Get New Ones
# Get Credit Cards that Have CashBack Rewards to Contribute to your Balance
# Transfer Your Balance to a Credit Card with a Lower Interest Rate and a Higher Available Credit-
# If You Think You Are Going to be FORCED to Pay a Bill Late Ask for an Extension or Payment Plan
# Take out a Small Personal Loan and Repay it Over a Year
# Ask Someone With Good Credit if They will Account Shadow you
Read more here from my blog.
10-Ways to Boost Your MyFico Score
Source(s): Also be sure to check out these resources to help you build, track and repair your score and report!