Judging from the amount of kids in my school that get into the Ivies, the fact that my grandfather is a retired professor from Harvard, and that my SAT tutor is a Harvard grad who worked in the admissions office for a decade, your standardized test scores don't really mean much.
The majority of the kids who have a realistic chance of being accepted into Ivies all have nearly perfect standardized test scores, a 4.0 UW GPA and have taken the hardest courses available to them.
What really makes you stand out are your ECs.
A friend of mine started his own business and that was how he was accepted into Princeton. He had a 3.6 GPA and a 2040 SAT score, and still got in. If you do something insanely great outside of school, that says a lot more than doing well in school.
A kid from my school was waitlisted and then later rejected from Harvard. He had a 2390 SAT score, a 3.8 UW GPA, but took the max amount of AP courses (11). Scored a 4-5 on all of them. He got 750s-800s on 6 different SAT IIs (Bio, Chem, Physics, Math II, World History and US History). His father went to Harvard and his sister currently attends Harvard. I'm guessing that his scores are a lot better than yours, and he still didn't get in, even with legacy. Scores aren't everything.