aI got a suggested edit that seemed really weird:
I couldn't quite figure out what the edit was trying to achieve, and toggling between "markdown" and "rendered output" didn't make it more clear so I looked at the original question which was kind of thin but actually had a good answer, and wanted to see the suggested edit in place. I hit "improve" -- I already suspected I was going to cancel the improvement and reject the edit, but I wanted to at least see if looking at the whole thing made any sense of what the edit was trying to achieve.
Instead, I got a message asserting that I'd failed a test. Now the edit is marked
Review audit failed 6 mins ago:
I'm frustrated because I feel like I have this "fail" stamp now and I actually just wanted to see the edit in the context of the full post.
Am I penalized for this in some way? It seems unfair, since I didn't accept the edit.