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[Infographic] What’s in your credit score?

MGIC: Breaking down your credit score

There are a lot of factors that make up a credit score, with many people unaware of what even goes into it. MGIC attempts to fix that problem with a new infographic.

According to MGIC, 74% of college students don’t even know their credit score.

Before checking out the infographic, take this HousingWire quiz to see how well you understand your credit score.

There are a lot of misconceptions surrounding credit scores, so don’t assume you know all the answers.

A few of them might fool you.

Also, be sure to read the extra information at the end of each question for a more in-depth explanation behind the answer.

Here’s MGIC’s infographic:

Breaking Down Your Credit Score | Infographic - An Infographic from MGIC Connects

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