Lenders select to use FICO scores in 90% of U.S. lending decisions.
Credit score ranges vary based on the credit bureau (Experian, Equifax and TransUnion) that pulls the score.
In 2019 Experian switched to using FICO scores. Prior to 2019 Experian used VantageScores in their Consumer Credit Review.
Here are the FICO score ranges, based on estimates from Experian.
Very Poor: 300 to 579
Fair: 580 to 669
Good: 670 to 739
Very Good: 740 to 799
Excellent: 800 to 850