This question already has an answer here:
I was wondering about disabling honeypot questions for users with over 500 flags (or an acceptable number). Surely if a user has got this many of "helpful" flags they have a fairly good grasp of the reviewing and flagging system. However, I can't actually find a list of the honeypot questions I've recieved, and passed or failed. In my memory, I've only failed one (ironically just a few minutes ago).
Another user noted:
in theory, all the reviews, including failed, as well as passed audits are expected to be logged in your "recent-activity" profile section, in the sub-tab "reviews".
The "in theory" line was added as he was unable to find an example to prove that they are logged, and if I go back to my history I also cannot see the review audit I failed earlier.
So, can review audit questions be added to the review history in your profile, and if it is passed/failed?