If the I-526 petition is pending you may apply for a student F-1 visa at the U.S.consulate to enter the U.S.for a temporary period of time to complete your studies and then return to your home country. Once the I-526 petition is approved you are immediately entitled to obtain your conditional permanent residency and therefore the U.S.consulate is unlikely to grant your F-1 student visa which is a temporary intent visa that will contradict your intent to be a conditional permanent resident.
An F-1 Visa is a nonimmigrant visa. This means you must show clear intent to return to your home country at the end of your studies and binding ties to your home country. Since an EB-5 visa is an immigrant visa, meaning you have intent to remain in the U.S., it will be very difficult to show you can also meet the requirements of the F-1 or any other nonimmigrant visa. We recommend retaining experienced U.S. Immigration counsel (like the attorneys at our law firm) to assist and represent you to create an approvable Immigration plan.