I agree with ALL of the prior posters!
Assuming you used the CAR RPA version 4/10 to make your offer, the bottom line is that the Seller can issue you a Notice To Perform giving you 2 days to act, and if you do not, cancel the contract.
Para 14C(1) of the RPA states, "If, within time specified in this Agreement, Buyer does not, in writing, Deliver to Seller a removal of the applicable contingency or cancellation of this Agreement then Seller, after first Delivering to Buyer a Notice to Buyer to Perform (CAR. Form NBP) may cancel this Agreement. In such event, Seller shall authorize return of Buyer's deposit."
Additionally, Para 14C(3) requires the Seller to provide you with at least 2 days after delivery of a Notice of Buyer to Perform to make a decision. Also, be aware that you can submit contingency removal subject to the Seller agreeing to take some additional action.
Since ALL of the facts of your situation are not known, you should discuss your "risk reduction" strategy with your RealtorÂ®!