That textbook is a good general introduction, but the questions tend to be a bit on the easy side compared to exams. There are a few questions pulled from former exams marked (SOA) in each problem set, and I felt they were always significantly harder than the rest of the problems. Additionally, there are some proof questions that I suppose give you a better understanding in general, but obviously aren't the type of question you will be asked on that portion of the exam. If you are looking to do many exam-style problems you will need some additional materials.
(and, obviously this book only covers the first ~65% of FM/2 topics)
Thanks for the input! It sounds like the book will be good for me to read over the summer and grab the basics (plus I'll be able to coast through my financial mathematics course).
My goal is to take the exam before I graduate in May. If my studying goes as planned and I get a good understanding of the basics from the Broverman book, should I try the ADAPT program (I liked their study guide for Exam P)? I see they can get pretty pricey, but if I am replacing a college course with that, I am actually saving money.