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Learning the Credit Score Grading Scales

Posted by Percy A Lowe on October 11, 2013 at 7:00 AM

Hello I am going to go into some things you need to know as a consumer about Experian, Equifax, and TransUnion grading scale. But first I like to just share with you the two grading scales ok. The next two post after this one will be a little information how this came about. Then we go into the two scales and how they will effect you. But for now I was to just make you aware of the two grading scales so you can see where you are now. Keep in mind that still Experian, Equifax, and Transunion stillhave their own in house grading scale in which you learn about next over the weekend in those blogs. 

The MyFico will br based on a grading scale from 350 to 850 like always.

Up to 499

500 - 549 

550 - 599 

600 - 649 

650 - 699 

700 - 749 

750 - 799 

800 - 850 

 

The VantageScore will be based on a grading scale from A to F similar to what is used in elementary school:

• 901-990 A

 

• 801-900 B

 

• 701-800 C

 

• 601-700 D

 

• 501-600 F

 


Categories: Credit Education and Restoration

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