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Another failed review audit for low quality posts [duplicate]

I failed a review audit for an answer which is actually a comment. The user claimed to have insufficient reputation to leave a comment, but he/she wanted to stop other users from answering the ...
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review task: test failed [duplicate]

I today did a review task. I noticed the answer by a new user was a copy paste of an earlier exactly same answer that I read on the site by a trusted user. So I flagged the answer as needing moderator ...
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Where do I dispute review audits? [duplicate]

I have a review audit that I'd like to dispute: I passed this particular audit by leaving it open, but it wouldn't surprise me if someone voted to ...
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Need more specific details about policies regarding "review/close votes" [duplicate]

I have reviewed 700+ posts that were flagged to be closed, and I still don't fully understand the concept of what posts should or should not be closed. I have failed two audits in a week. Here is the ...
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Requests for Reopen & Undeletion Votes (volume 07/2018 - 12/2020) [duplicate]

The purpose of this thread is to help focus the attention of the community on posts that may require reopen and undeletion votes. A request should be posted as an answer below (one request per answer)....
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STOP! Look and Listen.

I was reviewing a bit and ran into a bad answer. Usually I open the question to see it within context (I know this is not the supposed course of action) and so I did. The bad answer I was reviewing ...
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Should review audits be disabled (pending improvements)?

Last August, so-called "review audits" were introduced on MSE. These are fake review samples added to the review queues, designed to catch those users who (in a dash to get a badge) practice mindless ...
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Guideline for using "lack of context" and "homework" close reasons

Since a few days, we have the new predefined close reason about "lack of context". It would seem to me, that, even if a question superficially looks like homework, this is the appropriate close ...
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Is it me or the audit?

Questions about audits have been asked many times before however mine is regarding this specific case. The answer was one blob of LaTeX with no explanation and I thought that it would be better ...
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I don't understand this audit.

Recently, when going through the Low Quality Posts review queue, I failed an audit. Of course, audits have notoriously been inaccurate at times and I have failed other review audits before, but those ...
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Is there any way to disable review audits?

Those automated things try my patience... and I'm supposed to click on "I understand" to agree? With no alternative? I realize that this is by far not the worst trial of my patience I'll encounter in ...
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I failed an audit, and I don't understand why.

I was reviewing some close votes and there came a question which was marked as "primarily opinion based". But obviously it is not. However, I thought the question should be closed for some other ...
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Off-topic question that was reopened with no improvement.

I do not understand why this question were reopened? Could anyone explain me it please. I voted to close it and it seems to me that it is "off-topic". If this is not so, then I don't see any point in ...
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Testing real editors with fake proposed edits

For at least the third time, I was invited to approve or reject a proposed edit that turned out to be only a test. Why must real editors repeatedly take time-wasting tests which appear to be randomly ...
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Audit on demand for review queues

I have just gained queues access privilege (500 reputation), so I can review First Answers, First questions and Late answers on main website. I'm willing to help these queues alongside the community ...
MathStackExchange's user avatar
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Failed an audit, but I have my doubts about it.

I failed this audit. However, I am not exactly sure why the answer to a book-suggestion question with a book suggestion is wrong. Can anyone explain what is the standard procedure for such answers? I ...
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How are review audit questions picked?

It appears so to me this is the case and the system decides whether it is a good question by number of votes the question it receives. Can someone please confirm thus? The reason is that I got this ...
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Editing a post is not a reason for failing an audit.

I was doing some reviewing and I arrived at this post. It contains some explanation and a link to a drawing. In order to understand what the whole thing was about, I decided to edit the question. As ...
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