The example: "If she had time, she might go to the party"
This is the Present Real Conditional Form (as I found in a grammar website).
Does using "might" here mean:
1- "I am not certain (now) whether she went to the party or not".
2- " I was uncertain (in the past) that she went.
If it means "in the past" why then it is called the Present Real Conditional Form ?
If the uncertainty exists in the present, them Why the sentence doesn't just use "may" ?