The Florida Biology End-of-Course Assessment certainly isn't lacking in ambition: the standards cover everything from microscopic strands of DNA to large-scale biogeochemical cycles. And, because this wouldn't be biology without them, the standards also cover pea flowers. So many pea flowers. After identifying areas that need work with a benchmark assessment, fill in the gaps with targeted review sections and practice drills. You're good on the pea flowers, though, right?
Analyze how population size is determined by births, deaths, immigration, emigration, and limiting factors (biotic and abiotic) that determine carrying capacity. (SC.912.L.17.5)
Population size is a glamorous subject that involves incredibly exciting factors such as emigration, immigration, and limiting factors. Woo! In all seriousness, though, Earth's rapidly expanding population means that the factors that affect population size are probably even more important than understanding the Pythagorean theorem.
But that's important, too. Please don't tell your math teacher we said that.