What is the credit score range?

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    Depending on the credit scoring models being used, there are different credit score ranges. The most common ones, VantageScore® and FICO®, calculate scores within the range of 300-850.

    Within this range, there are different categories consumers are grouped into:
    FICO categorizes consumers into these five categories:

    800-850 – excellent
    740-799 – very good
    670-739 – good
    580 – 669 – fair
    300 – 579 – poor

    VantageScore groups consumer credit scores into these categories:

    781-850 – excellent
    661-780 – good
    601-660 – fair
    500-600 – poor
    300-499 – very poor

    There are different versions of VantageScore and FICO too. FICO has industry-specific scores which range from 250-900. There are different scores for auto lending, mortgage, and others.

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