This is related to my other question.
So I went to look up mixed conditionals and the sentence from the linked question fits the form of 'present condition/past result' conditional. Now the rules say that the verb should be in past simple tense for the 'present condition' part. In the linked question the users said that the sentence is idiomatic, but the verb is in present simple tense.
So of the following two sentences which one is idiomatic:
If I hope to finish college, I would have studied.
If I hoped to finish college, I would have studied.