As someone else already pointed out, this is not a valid conditional form.
There are three conditional forms, each one with its own functions and nuances:
First conditional: If + present => future simple
This form is expressing a probable outcome in the future. For example:
"If you study, you will pass the exam."
The implication is that probably you will study, therefore probably you will pass the exam when the time comes.
Second conditional: If + past simple => would + verb
This form is expressing an improbable outcome in the future. For example:
"If you studied, you would pass."
The implication here is that you are not studying, therefore you will probably fail the exam when the time comes.
Third conditional: If + past perfect => would have + past participle
This form is expressing an impossible outcome in the past. For example:
"If you had studied, you would have passed."
The implication here is that the exam has already been, you have failed it, and the reason is in the if-clause.