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How does editing work?

I'm asking whether I can edit posts without having my edit to be peer-reviewed? I thought this will happen when my reputation reaches +1500. But I still have my edit to be peer-reviewed.

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marked as duplicate by Mat, ChrisF, Andrew Barber, Toon Krijthe, John Saunders Aug 30 '12 at 11:14

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On Stack overflow, this requires 2000 rep: http://stackoverflow.com/privileges/edit

You can view the Privileges on any SE site and see the amount of rep needed (not sure if they are all the same).

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The beta sites have a lower threshold - 1000 points – ChrisF Aug 30 '12 at 10:58

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