This (or something similar) was reported over a year ago;
I thought it had been fixed since then. Perhaps the Stack Exchange software
Yes, screen shots are the neatest thing since sliced bread,
but I can’t figure out exactly what yours is supposed to show —
except for the dreaded “STOP! Look and Listen.” screen,
which we’ve all seen before.
Seriously, audits are chosen randomly from real questions
(or, in some cases, generated randomly).
The system assumes that any post with ≥5 up votes and no down votes
must be “high quality”. This is crazy;
many low-quality posts get up-voted because it’s all just a popularity contest.
Seriously², if you spend any amount of time in the Review Queues,
you are bound to encounter audits where the “right” answer is wrong.
As I said in point #2, we’ve all encountered that,
and many of us have complained about it.
But, like the weather, nobody ever does anything about it.
As Journeyman Geek said, if your audit pass/fail ratio gets too bad,
you will be banned from the Review Queue(s) — maybe only temporarily.
I’ve failed plenty of audits, and I’ve never had any consequences.
(Of course I’ve passed more than I’ve failed.)
Yes, when you pass an audit, the system tells you.
To nominate a question for an audit, contact the man in the shack. :-)