Having just failed my first review audit from any of the queues, it was reviewing close votes; however, this audit was flawed in that I didn't even cast a close vote.
Often I press the Close button to preview greater detail and sentiment of the closure, spawning the Why should this question be closed dialog box:
Especially for duplicates, where functionality is solely dependent on spawning this dialog.
From Closing > Duplicate, I can search or view selected duplicates:
Although, I realize general closure reasons are summarized on the page:
This question had 6-upvotes, but seemed very localized referencing subjective query is "taking too long" and even had a sqlfiddle link. Maybe overly broad regarding performance tuning, the OP was posting like a forum with two answer posts to his own question here and here with one of those answers asking follow-up questions.
Wanting to gauge community response, current closure totals struck my curiosity.
So, I pressed the Close button and boom - oh, the humanity! I failed, and didn't even cast a close vote.
Votes are not cast until a reason for closure is selected and Vote to Close is pressed.
Taking any review very seriously on this site, it only seems fair that my review quality is tested through actionable steps instead of clicking for more detailed information, leveraging the functional design of the close vote user interface.
Sure, it's complex to seed fake vote totals, and then there's controversy of mindless voting in the majority or people who simply cherry pick 4-vote questions.
Still though, it seems unfair I should hesitate to review further information of vote totals and duplicates before skipping due to the implementation of this audit.