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How much must my credit history change by in order to get a 1 point increase in my credit score?
My current credit history average age is 7 years and 4 months.

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You are asking the mysterious question that we we had the precise answer we'd be Credit Score Gurus.   With so many factors built in and adjusted monthly, its diffiult to measure just one item of the scoring model.  As utilization, age and payments factor into the scoring model, its difficult to factore in just one of the item.   They way to determine would be to have no debt, have 0 utilizaiton when and no payments required where  the only thing changed was the average age by a month and watch it over the course of a year then you could measure the effect of how many points based on the average age.

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with out seeing your report

Theres no way to tell you just what you need to do,

Sometimes it's as easy as making an extra payment on your debt. But with out seeing your Credit report, Theres no way of telling.

Good luck  

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