HIV is spread by blood, vaginal fluids and semen. A female is slightly more likely to get HIV than a male because more area is exposed. If the condom didn't split the chance of HIV spread are low. If the condom didn't split no body fluids are blood has been exchanged. If the condom split it is possible the body fluids may have been exchanged. There is no way to tell the percent chance that HIV may have been exchanged in this case. I would suggest he gets an HIV test after three months. Three months is the window period for HIV to appear in a blood test. Some studies show that in rare cases the window period can be up to 6 months. If he test negative after three months the chances are high that he is HIV-.