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I’d imagine it’s almost impossible these days to get the same results page as someone else in Google, including SERP trackers. It depends on so many factors that even if your personal profile isn’t involved something else will skew the results.
If you really wanted to see your site in position 3 you might try using a completely different computer that’s outside your local area. Your whole IP zone could be affected by your site visits.
Even then there’s a better than fair chance the SERP is wrong anyway, or has already changed. Is there a particular reason you need these to match up?