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You can use either, both mean there was a "possibility" that you missed it

I may have missed that information (when they said it).
I might have missed that information (honewhen they said it).

You can use either, both mean there was a "possibility" that you missed it

I may have missed that information (when they said it).
I might have missed that information (hone they said it).

You can use either, both mean there was a "possibility" that you missed it

I may have missed that information (when they said it).
I might have missed that information (when they said it).

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You can use either, both mean there was a "possibility" that you missed it

I may have missed that information (when they said it).
I might have missed that information (hone they said it).