I failed this review audit, and it seems unfair.
The "show differences" tab showed one word changed from
interesting, with no other revisions. This seems like more of a trick than an audit. If a question is closed, fixing a minor typo will not make it a valid question afterwards. I assumed (apparently wrongly) that the question was closed for a valid reason. Am I not to assume that?
I understand that a question may have been hastily or unfairly closed, but isn't that why close votes are reviewed and audited as well? I also understand that a question such as this with tags on which I am unfamiliar should probably be skipped.
Nevertheless, I recommend that the reopen queue have audits with clearly bad questions which have been edited to make them clearly good questions, or just have clearly good questions with no revision history.