A couple of things to note:
1) The <meta name="description"> element does not affect rankings at Google. However, it can drastically increase your Click-Thru-Rate (CTR) at IF (and ONLY IF) you can get it to show as the snippet.
And the key to getting it to show is to have ALL of the keywords from the user's search phrase in the meta description. Read this post on Google Search Snippets
PS: Your meta description is too long if the keyword phrases you're targeting are 1-3 keywords long. If the search phrase is 1-3 keywords long, Google is generally only going to show the first 150 or characters of your meta description. However, if the search phrases you are targeting are 4 or more keywords in length, Google does now show longer snippets
(i.e. more than 150 characters from your meta description).
2) The <meta name="keywords"> element is not at used by Google or Bing to rank URLs.
3) <title> is NOT a meta element. If it doesn't start with "<meta " then it "ain't" a meta element.