HI, Look at this extract from the reference of this site:
1) Will Will
If + Will, + Will
When trying to convince someone that you will do something in return for their doing something.
EG: If you'll walk the dog, I'll do the dinner.
2) Would Would
Would + If + Would
To be very polite, especially in writing:
EG: I would be very grateful if you would be so kind as to send me the forms as soon as possible.
So, this use is considered rather exceptional and as a general rule: do not use would or will with if (if I will/would). I usually teach this to children (beginners), as it avoids confusion.
if I passed/should pass the current exams
I am sorry, but I do not understand the rest of the sentence. CAn you rephrase?
Student or Learner