It would suffice to include information that you have been attending school during the 5 year period. Assuming an interview for the petition or an application for permanent residency, you can certainly clarify for the immigration officer that you are or were a student. There is no requirement that you be employed as an applicant, only that you will not become a public charge, hence the requirement for the sponsor to complete an affidavit of support on your behalf.
Talk to an immigration lawyer. Depending on your current location and legal status (if in the US) the I-130 and G-325 forms may not be the only thing to do. Educational and other 'good' things are not important in marriage cases.
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