In 2016 I went to England to study a bachelors engineering and I wasn’t doing so well but I kept trying so hard to pass and I was passing but not with 80% grades. I studied till halfway my course and realized engineering wasn’t my path anymore. It was my parents idea to study this course. My high school teachers I went to suggested I do piloting because it would’ve been easier but my parents didn’t like the idea. I withdrew from engineering in the end of 2019 and went back to my country then tried to look for a flying school to join and applied for an m1 visa to go to USA. I went for the visa interview unprepared not knowing much. I didn’t do much research. My flight school course was 12 months and required $100,000 and I showed $20,000. The visa interviewer didn’t reject my visa at the interview but instead told me that she will collect my passport and told me to check my visa status online. Then I got my answer online but this was during the peak of COVID pandemic. I got rejected. Ever since then I didn’t apply for a U.S. visa and started to work with my family business and started to develop a passion for it. I did think of going back to university to study business but my father passed away and so I stayed in my country more and continued to work with my family in business. Now I realize it’s time to go to university and study business to improve my academic skills. What are my chances of getting a U.S. visa this time to study in a business course?