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There are users who zip through the review queues with an incredible fast speed, look for example at these time stamps:

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Doing 3 review in 16 seconds, one of them in only 3 seconds? This leaves hardly time to load the page, let alone to actually read the post.

Can some minimum time for reviews be added to avoid robo-reviews? Maybe allow reviews only every 5 or 10 seconds to increase the probability that the reviewer is actually reading the post?

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    $\begingroup$ There are some rate-limits already in place: you cannot click on any of the action buttons within some specified time after clicking one (looks to be about 2-3 seconds from my not-terribly-precise testing). In my experience, the next review almost always loads instantaneously (except when the system generates a suggested edit review by including mathematical gibberish in some other post) and there are reviews that one can do in 3 seconds: there are some very short posts that show up in review queues, posts you are already familiar with getting a single minor MathJax edit, etc. $\endgroup$ – KReiser Sep 30 at 22:03
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    $\begingroup$ Have you been a regular reviewer on math.se, @samcarter? $\endgroup$ – amWhy Sep 30 at 23:50
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    $\begingroup$ How many seconds do you need to see that a supposed answer which actually consist of a new question is not appropriate? $\endgroup$ – José Carlos Santos Oct 1 at 9:53
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    $\begingroup$ Depending on the posts, I think I can also do $3$ posts in $16$ seconds. May be more. $\endgroup$ – Arctic Char Oct 1 at 10:14
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    $\begingroup$ It is an interesting suggestion (meaning I'd never thought about it despite doing thousands of reviews). There are already mechanisms in place, including daily limits and rudimentary rate-limits by @KReiser's testing, to discourage robo-reviews, especially the review audits. For me the issue is thus whether additional checks are needed. It seems more important to me to encourage community members with sufficient reputation to participate, and given the variable nature of time required for reviews, I'm doubtful that slowing down the quicker review items will help. $\endgroup$ – hardmath Oct 2 at 14:53

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