“If I was” or “If I were”. Which is more common, and which is correct?

Questions about IELTS“If I was” or “If I were”. Which is more common, and which is correct?
Huy Quoc Staff asked 3 months ago

When in doubt, always use the subjunctive mood: If I were you…

It will make you sound smarter and it is technically correct since “the subjunctive mood is used to express a wish or possible situation that is currently not true.”

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