They did a survey of people who got accepted into Ivy League schools like Dartmouth or Harvard but chose to go to regular schools instead
Some of these people wanted to live near their home to take care of brothers and sisters or sick parents. Others were in romantic relationships they did not want to give up.
After 20 years the people got into the Ivy League schools but chose not to go made the same amount of money as the people who attended the Ivy League schools and got degrees from them.
What this tells us is that the destiny of greatness and purpose cannot be extinguished by temporary failures in judgment or by poverty or by health problems or by social difficulties and lifestyle adversity.
When God has a destiny for you - nobody can stop you in the long run - they can only slow your progression with temporary obstacles.
And not being highly educated will not block your success - not if your destined for it.
God is the ultimate rudder - your education is only one notch of it.