i have about a 3.33 and could probably hit a 160 LSAT on a good day would it help me if i applied as part time?
I've heard of people applying full-time to Loyola, getting waitlisted, and then later being offered a spot in their part-time program. They didn't have the option to choose both like some schools do. If you end up getting waitlisted, you could always mention in a letter of intent that Loyola's your first choice and you'd be willing to attend the part-time program if there are no more spots in the full-time division. Otherwise, if you want full-time, I'd apply full-time.