Unfortunately, there is not a feature to combine data between two accounts. The only way to get data from one account to another would be to hand enter student scores from one account to another or export account information (.csv file) and combined them into one spreadsheet.
Hand Entering Student Data
You can hand-enter progress-monitoring student data (it won’t be possible for benchmark scores) from one account into another by logging in to your account and going to the “Measures” tab and click on the grade of the test you want to enter (the numbered box located just to the right of the header “Grade”).
Now scroll down the page until you locate the name of the assessment you wish to administer. On the right-hand side you will see a “Enter Scores” link. Click on this. A pop-up window will appear. Select the group name. Make sure to adjust the date the student’s took the measure to reflect the date the test was originally taken (otherwise the system will default to the current date), then fill in the student responses or scores. Make sure to select the Save button when you are finished entering the scores.
To export data and combine scores into one file by cutting and pasting student information. While not as preferable as combing students into one account, it does provide an opportunity to compile scores into one Excel file.
If you login to your account, go to the “Reports” section, there is an option under the “Groups” and “Individuals” tab to export all of your test scores into a CSV file (this option also exists for Benchmarks tests). Select the “All Students” then select the “Export CSV” option. A CSV formatted Excel file will appear on your desktop. A CSV format, means a document has no formatting associated with it. If you download a CSV file from each account, student information can then be cut and pasted into one Excel document.
Now, in the combined Excel file, go under File (in Excel) and select “Save As” and save a copy of the document in the regular xls format. Here you will be able to add formulas and manipulate the student data.
While all of the students will not be able to exist in one account when testing, it will offer an opportunity to compare data for review.