I have found another indicator that reveals a post to be an audit in the review queue. The question did not show the tags, although they are normally shown. Here is the image(the image is after I passed, but it didn't show the tags before either):

Review with no tags:

audit with bug

Proof it has tags:

proof of tags

And here is an image of a real review on a question that showed the tags (even though they weren't being changed), which I believe is normal:

Non-audit review with tags:

expected review

Obviously, things that indicate that the review is an audit is bad (I have found several, check my previous posts). If someone can please confirm that this is a bug so that it can be fixed?

EDIT: This appears to not be a "known-good audit".

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    That's something that would be noticed if someone was paying attention. Isn't that the purpose of the audits: to separate those who are paying attention from those who are not? Jul 30, 2013 at 21:22
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    @GeorgeCummins Maybe. The fact that it didn't seem right, because of the noticeable difference in the UI was jarring, and distracted me from reviewing. All the other indicators that I have found, have since been fixed. Here is my first post on the subject which goes into a discussion on the distraction caused by it. Jul 30, 2013 at 21:25
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    Yeah, what George says is true and all, but I can't think of a good reason to omit the tags for review audits. I mean, after all, they're actually there, the system just has to display them.
    – Cody Gray
    Jul 31, 2013 at 5:29
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    @GeorgeCummins When I pay attention to reviews, I get banned because of the broken UI, much like this. Aug 3, 2013 at 4:21
  • Once again, the broken UI distracts from the review. Aug 11, 2013 at 17:26

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Thanks for reporting this.

The tell-tale lack of tags in a review audit will no longer be there, starting in the next build (rev 2013.9.27.1040).

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