On Stackoverflow Review queues, there's always some hidden audit test post in the review. Sometimes they come up almost consecutively.
However, In Review queues of SFF Stack Exchange, I have never once run across a review audit. I read this Meta Stack Exchange post which states:
This is currently active only on Stack Overflow, Server Fault, Super User, Programmers, Ask Ubuntu, Mathematics, and Puzzling.
But we get our fair share of bad close votes, flags, reviews and edit suggestions.
For example this edit1 where the editor just added a tag of Severus Snape to the post which I believed was unnecessary as Character tags, in my opinion, do not help in ease of search. Someone searching for that answer would still get Google find it for him with keywords Harry Potter and Severus Snape. Or on the contrary, perhaps I made the wrong decision in rejecting that edit and I should have some sort of sense that if my Reviews are not good, I might get my privilege suspended.
Or this suggestion Where an anonymous user just tried to make the post humorous which does not help in increasing the quality of the answer in any way yet it was approved by one user.
Or maybe this suggestion where I clearly made the wrong review by judging the suggestion on it's size rather than it's contents. I should be penalized for that.
Or maybe this comment I flagged as non-constructive2 which was declined even though the comment said this on a story identification question:
I think you dreamt it. I've seen thousands of movies over 40 years but never that. You should write a story around it and publish it on a self publishing site. Good luck!
Do we have any reason for why the audit mechanism is not available for SFF Stack Exchange? Is it because of the low traffic in our review queues?
P.S. Please migrate this to Meta Stack Exchange if it is better served there. I thought because it is about specifically our site so it would be better posted here.
EDIT: I have also added a comment for the CM who wrote the linked Meta SE post here.
1: This in no way is implying that other reviewers performed a bad review. It's just a general example. As stated already, It may have been that I was the one doing the wrong review.
2: That's a mod flag, as pointed out by Null and is therefore not a part of normal review queues