I guess a question formulated like this can still a bit too open-ended, unless the circuit is very simple (like no more than 4-5 components, and a single, very simple task).
As soon as the circuits is a bit more complex than this, it would certainly make it easier to guide the readers and formulate the question such as "Are there any safety issues with having the R1 resistor here, and are there particular precautions to take regarding the C2 capacitor ratings". You can still end the question with an invitation to check the rest ("Any advice on the safety of this ciruit is welcome"), but providing a list of specific things you're not sure about will certainly make the experience better for both you and the answerer.
If you don't do that, the job is actually more difficult for the answerers, so you might get less answers, and the answers may be less interesting: you risk having answers basically just saying "Everything looks good to me.". Then, you did not learn much, and what confidence can you have in such an answer, even if the person saying this is right?