I've been reviewing quite a lot recently and, from reading around and questions asked here, was under the impression that reviewing a late answer shouldn't really be about determining it's correctness, just whether it is an attempt to answer the question in hand.
Consider this review audit I just had: http://stackoverflow.com/review/late-answers/2243069
As far as I can tell the answer is obviously wrong but, apart from that, I can't see that much wrong with it. If I'd have reviewed as "No Action Required", I'd have failed the audit; as it happens I know enough .net to have thought to try and add a comment.
What am I missing here? Was this answer chosen as an audit question because it is wrong, or is there some other reason?