Any score before the first six months of you using credit is pretty much invalid. Prior to that, your history is not long enough to give a score. Having said that, which score do you want - you have 36 different scores. There are 4 companies that calculate scores (the three credit bureaus and Fair Isaac). Each of the 4 entities calculate 8 - 10 different scores depending upon what you are buying (you have a consumer score, you have an auto loan score, you have a mortgage score, and so on). You can get a rough estimate from Credit karma (it's usually within 50 points either way for your consumer score). You are better off just making sure your credit report stays clean and then your score(s) will take care of themselves. Make your payments on time, limit your credit card balances to less than 30% of your limit, etc. Check your credit report annually to make sure their are no mistakes on it (if there are, you file a dispute to fix the error).