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So today I failed my first review audit. I had gone to close questions specifically filtered with sql-server-2008 and, when this question popped up, I clicked Close simply to see why others might have voted to close (which I can do just fine, without actually voting to close, when it's not an audit).
I don't think I should fail the button the moment I click Close. Just like on a normal question outside of a queue scenario, I don't commit my vote to close the moment I click the Close link on a question. Especially since the VtC reasons have changed so many times in my time here, I sometimes review the VtC reasons before really deciding if I think that one of the close reason fits. (Also, sometimes, to see what might have gotten it on the queue in the first place, particularly when I wonder whether it should be closed at all - did I miss something? did the close voter(s)?)
I don't really think it's fair to tell me I'm not paying attention when I click Close - I really didn't expect that action to be the audit. Now I know that this is a trick, but think of all the people reviewing for the first time and ultimately getting screwed over by these shenanigans.
Also, and just as an aside, I don't think automatically generated audits should include questions outside of what I've filtered. That's been rejected as by-design before, but I have to be honest, I don't also look at the tags when I'm checking if I agree with others' reasoning for voting to close.
I am not reviewing for reputation or badges obviously, just trying to help out with the close queue. Guess I won't be doing that anymore.