Apart of what I described in Does edit of an audit review question/answer now always result in a failed audit?, I now noticed that it is still OK to browse a question during an audit review (by just clicking the hyperlink of the question). By that I mean: you do not (repeat: do not) fail the audit review using such browse. If however you would have used the edit link (below the question or answer that the audit review is about), you'll right away get the Stop and listen ... (aka you failed the audit).
Sure I understand (and agree) that one still has to be allowed/able to somehow browse a question related to the post (question or answer) to be reviewed. E.g. to discover answers during a review that simply repeat something already contained in another answer. If however you perform such browse to double check if maybe you're processing an audit review, such browse is a kind of making things complicated, because there is a much easier alternative for that: Viewing vote counts while reviewing immediately unmasks review audits
However I don't get that using either link (browse or edit) results in a different audit review result. It would make more sense to me that one should (only) fail the audit review by using the edit link, at the moment you try to save the edit (too bad if you spend some time to improve the post, that's what you get if you run into a failed audit).