As Remedios mentioned, there are many ways to get your Experian FICO 8 score.
One way is through creditscore.com -- which will get you a FICO 8 and a full report each month. All at no charge.
Another is through the Discover Scorecard. You do not need to have any accounts with Discover to get this.
A solution that does cost $1 is the trial offer at Credit Check Total, which Remedios also alluded to:
That will get you a 3-bureau report and all three FICO 8 scores.
P.S. I use Credit Karma to monitor my score
The first piece of advice would be to never look at those CK scores again and only deal with FICO scores since they are the meaningful ones.
As for your credit history, it's important to determine your age of accounts factors. This would be your age of youngest account (AoYA), age of oldest account (AoOA) and average age of accounts (AAoA). If you could list out the age of those 3 factors it would be helpful to us. You want to list them in months and on the 1st of the month is when they all increase by 1 month. You said you just hit 2 years, so does that mean that on the 1st of February about 2 weeks ago you reached 24 months AoOA? It's important that we clarify these things.
Thanks for your reply. Yes I meant my AAoA reached 24 months. My oldest account (credit card) is 4 years, 9 months and my youngest account (auto loan) is 1 year, 2 months.
I'm guessing, based upon what you're saying, that your FICO scores have indeed been going up. Your problem is that you don't know what your FICO scores are.
CK scores -- which are Vantage 3.0 scores -- are meaningless.