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This happened on this particular First Post review, I cannot reproduce it because review audits in "First Posts Reviews" don't come up very often:

The post (an answer in this case) is clearly weak, this is a general agreement since it is a review audit. I was reading the question below the post being reviewed, and clicked the "See more comments" link in the bottom of the question. As soon as I clicked, I got the "Congratulations, this was an audit" message.

I was just checking the question, I hadn't taken any action on the answer that was to be reviewed yet. It seems like any action will trigger the audit response.

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Since the original question only has 3 comments, I'd say the 'more comments' link is added just for the audit; you were paying attention and seeking more context; mission accomplished, you passed the audit! status-bydesign, in other words. – Martijn Pieters Mar 24 '13 at 23:44
@MartijnPieters You are right, I noticed that the 'more comments' didn't make sense. – Tchoupi Mar 25 '13 at 0:05
up vote 2 down vote accepted

I think that is by design. What the process is supposed to weed out is robots that just click "accept" without looking farther.

OTOH, how to weed out the "deny" robots...

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