I'm learning Japanese but I find it extremely difficult to write out
exams in kanji. The hiragana version is much easier but I'm not sure if it's okay to do that.
For example, I would like to write
Is that okay?
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I think how to write Japanese sentences basically go as follow.
You had better write kanji designated for everyday use. If not. the sentences are possibly seemed that they are written by children or the person who doesn't know kanji. However words are sometimes purposely written in Hiragana to show a softness. This is a related link. Why is the place's official name written as "なら工藝館" (rather than "奈良工藝館")?
Katakana is usually used in imported and onomatopoeic words.
These aren't exact rules but you had better follow them unless you are advanced-level Japanese learner.