Until you actually hear by writing from the CA BRN evaluation, you have to wait till you know exactly what will be deemed as being deficient in what courses, most applicants are usually lacking two most common classes, but we've seen many also that were missing or deficient in more than those two and could be as high as 4 courses or more.
If it's determined that you're missing more than the two, it's not easy to find a CA school willing to enroll those with that many deficiencies and the minimum requirement would be to re-take the entire nursing program. The reason being you only have a 3 year limitation to complete any and all deficiencies from the initial date of the letter of declination.
The CA schools
will not bother enrolling you since it would be a waste of your time and some other applicant who already knows what they need to enroll and would be be given the first rights to be on the waiting list.
As stated from the other poster, it doesn't make sense to enroll and finish the two usual deficient courses in any other state, if CA BRN says you're also missing chemistry, Psych or other various courses, then you'll have to find courses in CA that's even harder to get enrolled in.