No, it is important that each user has a separate account for several reasons. The first reason is that if one user completes early levels and a second user then logs in and tries to work through the higher levels, they will not be able to complete them as they won't have acquired the necessary skills taught earlier in the program. The second reason is that you will not be able to keep track of each individual person's progress if more than one person is using the same account. Our software keeps track of learning rates and provides only ONE intellectual assessment before training, and ONE afterwards. It is not possible for two users to each take these assessments.