So I was on the Stack Exchange today when I looked at my review queues and saw that I had a notification for the "First questions" queue, and when I click on it, I get this question to review. Now here's the thing: According to the queue, this question has no upvotes/downvotes.
As someone who doesn't do the queues often, I make the mistake of only briefly looking the question over, and decide that because of what I am seeing, the correct action would probably be to downvote the question (because the question seemed to be of poor quality).
Now here's the thing: When I clicked the button to downvote it, my screen then changes to show the question that I had just downvoted to have 19 votes and $2$ answers, one with $22$ votes, and the other having $7$, and I was told that it was a test, and that I passed.
How come I passed this test review when clearly, the question that I had marked as not being clear/showing enough research had been very well received by the community?
- I am sorry if the review tag would be better suited to my question than the review-audit tag, however, I feel like the review-audit tag would be better suited for the question because this is more dealing with the review "tests" that help new users of the review queue hone their skills and try to get experienced users back on track when the system feels like they haven't been paying attention to what they have been reviewing.
- If I'm interpreting what is being said here correctly, as @Martin Sleziak pointed out, here would be the link to the audit that I received, and while I admit I am sort of embarrassed that I received this, I feel like it would just be best to put the link in, because at least I passed it. :\