Some of the posts I review as candidates for deletion are test items. After I duly pass or condemn such an item, I get the message
Congratulations! This was only a test, designed to make sure you were paying attention. You passed.
I know that, rationally, I should not let a robot irritate me. But this particular bot does a very good impression of a strict teacher repeatedly checking up on a disreputable 9-year-old at the back of the classroom, whom I am presumed to be, and I am impressed. Each time it happens, it reduces my motivation to review further. In fact, at this rate, my future service as a reviewer is likely to be a short one.
I am glad that other people, more rational than me, continue to clean up Math Stack Exchange by doing reviews. I wish I could be more like them.
A question arises: could the frequency of review tests be reduced (even to zero) for people who pass enough of them and/or have enough reputation points? A related question is: if such tests are necessary, could they be made more searching than, for example, this test that I was given?