I mean I cannot perfectly guaranteed all applications get reviewed if only because I’m imagining at some point either a bug/error/glitch gets involved or good old human error where two people both think the other one reviewed it happens, if you get what I’m saying.
So there’s no like planned non-review or intentional non-review but I’m sure it’s possible it could happen at some point by accident.
As for the regularity, that’s somewhat subjective. If you have a slow start and then morphed into consistent updates, form a writer behavioural perspective that makes sense. You’re fleshing out some new ideas, not sure if the story will stick, figuring out what you have, then when you got it, you got it and off you go. Wouldn’t penalize you for that.
But it becomes a matter of sample size. If you irregularly updated for your first 12 chapters then regularly for the last 4, that’s a pretty small sample size and it weighs against the prior time. We would then evaluate on our side whether that risk is worth it (maybe look at other stories or your engagement on them to see how consistently you’re around and if this isn’t indicative that your story might fall off the rails again)