Both “Practice Account” and “Real Account” shows the same Market Price Movements, and you can trade in the almost exact same trading conditions/rules.
But there is one big difference between these account types.
It is the “Market Liquidity”.
There is no “Market Liquidity” concerns in any Practice Accounts, thus you can execute any large volume of positions at the desired rate instantly.
Although, things don’t go that smooth in a Real Account, as in it is possible that you cannot execute your order at the desired rate due to low market liquidity.
It is simply because if there is no enough market liquidity(specifically counter-orders to your order), your order cannot be executed.
This is the reason why you would not compare a trading result in Practice account with the ones in real account.