You have a lot going for you. BUT those SAT scores are not the best for the highly competitive and selective schools. I dont know how Fordham views that, only that they look at the overall student and what they bring to the table.
On test taking, if you have serious anxiety issues about it, you need to learn to deal with that. Breathing exercises. A good nights sleep the day before, good healthy breakfast with orange juice, and some meditation exercises to stay calm. Get some coaching on it if you can.
And in your application explain yourself. If you can take tests in classes, the SAT is not that much different, just longer.
There is a methodology to taking the SAT. Dont waste time on directions if you know what the section is about. Dont waste too much time on one question. If you are stumped and cant eliminate 2 of the 4 choices, move on. Come back to that later. A lot of kids answer questions correctly but are too slow. IS that your problem? Or did you get a lot of wrong answers? Find out. If you are too slow, then find ways to speed up, such as answering the ones you know first and come back to the hard ones later etc. If you are poor at guessing, then dont guess. But if you are good at guessing, then go ahead and make a stab at it IF you can eliminate 2 of the 4 choices.
Also, make sure you are applying to several schools: reach, match and safety schools. Maybe go to a safety school for a year, prove yourself and then transfer to Fordham if you dont get in on the first try.