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Please create a Login ID and PIN. Your PIN must be six numbers. Nov 24, 2015 Based on USask's website, it looks like you have to apply to law first, and then if you're accepted, to the MBA program. So, if you're applying to law first, then you should be writing your personal statement towards the law admissions team only.