To expand on the discussion in the comments:
Usually I skip things where the area is one that I am not familiar with. Which is of course what I should do. As such all an audit could say is:
Congratulations, you identified that you didn't know enough about the subject to review it, so didn’t. This is exactly what you should do.
This couldn't actually count as a passed review because then it would be really easy to game by robo-reviewing 10, then skipping until you got an audit then robo-reviewing 10 etc
The alternative is for it to say that the edit/closure was valid/invalid and you should reject/approve/leave closed/reopen it. This has one of 2 outcomes.
- I didn't really read the question, I quickly identified that I wouldn't be able to act on it so skipped. As such this is meaningless noise to me and just slows me down
- As ben is uǝq backwards says, encourages me to act even when I’m unsure, which is 100% the wrong thing to do.
Neither of those outcomes are good